OTHER WORDS FROM impracticalim·prac·ti·cal·i·ty, im·prac·ti·cal·ness, noun
How to use impractical in a sentence
Over a relatively short span, the cost of utility-scale solar—that is, centralized plants that supply the grid—has gone from impractical to one of the cheapest around.Why the Price of New Solar Electricity Fell an Incredible 89% in the Last Decade|Jason Dorrier|December 13, 2020|Singularity Hub
In some cases, items on that list are still pretty impractical and unproven.Surviving Mars missions will take planning and lots of innovation|Maria Temming|October 22, 2020|Science News For Students
However, many enterprise sites have millions of pages which makes crawling from your computer impractical due to time constraints or machine resources.
During the meeting, a Hays County Health Department official expressed concern about Hayungs’ plan, deeming it impractical for the population the office serves.The COVID-19 Charmer: How a Self-Described Felon Convinced Elected Officials to Try to Help Him Profit From the Pandemic|by Vianna Davila, Jeremy Schwartz and Lexi Churchill|September 25, 2020|ProPublica
Then it’s like an annual flu shot, and that’s expensive and impractical.
The play-to-the-base impulse is girded by a righteous certainty that can lead to at best impracticality and at worst absolutism.
But despite their impracticality, renowned stores like Kirna and Barneys New York scooped up the $895 style.Are Birkenstocks Cool Again? Céline, Giambattista Valli & More (PHOTOS)|Misty White Sidell|November 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Such a very impractical man was the inventor, and so very troublesome in his impracticality!Wisconsin in Story and Song;|Various
My foolishness, I suppose, is typical of the scholar's abstraction and impracticality.The Story of an Untold Love|Paul Leicester Ford