Definition of unfeasible in English:

unfeasible

Line breaks: un|feas¦ible
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfiːzɪb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Inconvenient or impractical: childcare is expensive, making the return to work unfeasible for many women
More example sentences
  • Then we went to the pub and drunk an incredibly unfeasible amount of Guinness each.
  • Some plans are unfeasible or impossible and people don't realize it until after they take office and understand the situation better or until they try it and fail.
  • Often these ideals take the form of ridiculously unfeasible forms with unhealthily exaggerated hourglass figures.

Derivatives

unfeasibility

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • He points out the increasing unfeasibility for big Irish houses to remain in the hands of their families, and highlights the cultural and historic significance of Lissadell.
  • He gently points out the practical unfeasibility of Schopenhauer's brand of stoicism.
  • Alas, I am not much of a celeb-hound so my lists of famous diners were characterised by a lot of unlikely repetition and occasional rank unfeasibility.

unfeasibly

adverb
More example sentences
  • He was quickly, and emphatically, contradicted by Fifa's referee's committee spokesman, who unfeasibly had it that officials had done a grand job.

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