unfeasible

[ UK /ʌnfˈiːzəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈfizəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not capable of being carried out or put into practice
    refloating the sunken ship proved impracticable because of its fragility
    a suggested reform that was unfeasible in the prevailing circumstances
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How To Use unfeasible In A Sentence

  • a suggested reform that was unfeasible in the prevailing circumstances
  • Parish councillors today said the alternative uses were always unfeasible and the village needed a working bus station.
  • Soil is limed in some areas to improve barley growth and productivity on acid soils, but this practice is often economically unfeasible.
  • The pair go into the first Test in Kingston on Thursday with the chance of being part of a winning England touring side in the Caribbean - it is certainly not unfeasible and both can have a big part to play.
  • Will is someone who has come into an unfeasible amount of money, and whose hand will come to ache from writing his signature on traveller's cheques.
  • It was one of those magical moments of travel - a sudden, unexpected and entirely irrational feeling of elation, an unfeasible optimism.
  • `So high,' he said, indicating with his bloodstained hand an unfeasible two feet off the ground. TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS
  • It might be tempting fate, since in recent years, every idea I've had has either been unfeasible or has stalled irrevocably!
  • It's all here - ridiculous sound effects, frankly unfeasible flying leaps, slow motion sequences.
  • It is slightly longer and more expensive, but is nevertheless a viable alternative should the Qatif alignment be politically unfeasible.
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