- capable of being done, effected, or accomplished: a feasible plan.
- probable; likely: a feasible theory.
- suitable: a road feasible for travel.
Origin of feasible
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Examples from the Web for unfeasible
Contemporary Examples of unfeasible
In this case, though, the facts are so damning and discontent so mobilized that silence is unfeasible.Black America’s Heartbreaking Burdens
March 28, 2012
Would it be unfeasible to hook him up to a website and let people run queries?Behind the Scenes With the Team That Built Jeopardy's Watson
The Daily Beast
February 23, 2011
Historical Examples of unfeasible
Are we then to deduce that it is superfluous or unfeasible to designate the waves as different?Natural Philosophy
Perhaps this would be an unfeasible neglect of your avocations.The Real Shelley, Vol. I (of 2)
John Cordy Jeaffreson
To many a man the thing would have been unfeasible, after the first blow, because of the horses.Flying U Ranch
B. M. Bower
Many councils were held and schemes proposed, only to be laid aside as unfeasible.
- not able to be done or put into effect; impossible
- able to be done or put into effect; possible
- likely; probablea feasible excuse
Word Origin for feasible
"capable of being done, accomplished or carried out," mid-15c., from Anglo-French faisible, from Old French faisable "possible, easy, convenient," from fais-, stem of faire "do, make," from Latin facere "do, perform" (see factitious). Fowler recommends this word only for those "who feel that the use of an ordinary word for an ordinary notion does not do justice to their vocabulary or sufficiently exhibit their cultivation."