A clear division of the nationalities in Hungary was impracticable.
Of impracticable ideals and renunciation of the world no good could come.
All these individual conferences, however, would be impracticable for the reasons stated in the text.
Then there was another plan, as impracticable as that scheme of running away.
On hearing this announcement, Catesby saw at once that if he did not effect his escape immediately, it would be impracticable.
Force was impracticable, and he resolved to resort to finesse.
Plantamour found it impracticable to adjust a disk until the times of swing about each knife edge were equal.
Maude wondered what this impracticable being did condescend to do.
During the persecutions under Constantius this method had proved itself to be impracticable and useless.
Any exit by the steep sand walls was, of course, impracticable.