not feasible; impracticable.
- in·fea·si·bil·i·ty, in·fea·si·ble·ness, noun
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How to use infeasible in a sentence
They cancelled the infeasible Asteroid Redirect Mission, and declared that the lunar orbit platform needed to be a “Gateway” to actually go somewhere.The Profound Potential of Elon Musk’s New Rocket - Issue 100: Outsiders | Robert Zubrin | May 12, 2021 | Nautilus
But neither means engagement is either infeasible or on the skids.
These measures are not the entire universe of policy requirements, and some may prove infeasible.
This is not a line-for-line translation; that the author found infeasible.Unwritten Literature of Hawaii | Nathaniel Bright Emerson
The commander also rejects, at this point, courses of action found to be infeasible of accomplishment.Sound Military Decision | U.s. Naval War College
The (p. 161) Service Forces commander called integration infeasible "for the present and foreseeable future."Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965 | Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
With good pupils it is not infeasible to read the whole of the Odyssey, since facility increases very rapidly toward the end.Outlines of Educational Doctrine | John Frederick Herbart
He sought to talk discontentedly of the project, as if he found it infeasible.The Story of Old Fort Loudon | Charles Egbert Craddock
British Dictionary definitions for infeasible
a less common word for impracticable
- infeasibility or infeasibleness, noun
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