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unrealizable Line breaks: un|real¦iz|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈrɪəlʌɪzəb(ə)l/
(also unrealisable)

Definition of unrealizable in English:

adjective

Not able to be achieved or made to happen: the summit might generate unrealizable public expectations
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  • The government's commitment to higher education for its own sake creates unrealisable expectations for the students involved, and a false sense that we live in an egalitarian society.
  • And, finally, he must recognize that the goals of equality of income and equality of opportunity are conceptually unrealizable and are therefore absurd.
  • The fact that rigidity in the monetary unit's purchasing power is unthinkable and unrealizable does not impair the methods of economic calculation.

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