Words nearby impractical
OTHER WORDS FROM impracticalim·prac·ti·cal·i·ty, im·prac·ti·cal·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for impractical
But one gets the sense that this is impractical in the era of Twitter and 24-7 news coverage.
Though Rabinowitz muses that something like this would not only be impractical but also incite severe backlash.Porn Fights For Your Right to Surf: Pornhub, YouPorn, and Redtube Lead Charge For Net Neutrality|Aurora Snow|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Du Bois repeatedly defended liberal education against those who saw it as impractical.College Must Be More Than Just a Classy Trade School|Michael S. Roth|August 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Podesta warned that opposition to natural gas is impractical and not grounded in reality.‘Downton Abbey’ Democrats May Cost their Party the Senate|Lloyd Green|March 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Harold Berman calls it “shallow, impractical, and offensive.”For a Jewish Connection Without Converting, Cultural Affirmation is a Plan Worth Considering|Mira Sucharov|December 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He may be something of an impractical dreamer, but he will be kind and true.Literature for Children|Orton Lowe
If I started considering the impractical side of it I'd recognize it in its true light, which was unmitigated madness.The Animated Pinup|Lewis Parker
On the contrary, I still regarded Socialism as impractical; I still believed it to be absurd.
The bureau reasoned that since segregation was impractical, exclusion was necessary.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965|Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
They consider all these "isms" as equally vile, impractical, and obnoxious.