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unpragmatic

Line breaks: un|prag|mat¦ic
Pronunciation: /ʌnpraɡˈmatɪk
 
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Definition of unpragmatic in English:

adjective

Not sensible or realistic: the current policy is unsustainable and unpragmatic
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  • The left is seen by these insiders as silly, unpragmatic losers who must be eschewed.
  • Even when their power was broken, no government was unpragmatic enough to leave the provisioning of Paris to the free market forces.
  • This unpragmatic approach has become a hallmark of post-cold war left commentary.

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