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infeasible

Syllabification: in·fea·si·ble
Pronunciation: /inˈfēzəbəl
 
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Definition of infeasible in English:

adjective

Not possible to do easily or conveniently; impracticable.
Example sentences
  • To exhaustively search all possible networks is infeasible, in practice, even with high-performance computers.
  • Then there are those things which could be changed but any party serious about running the country would find infeasible to change.
  • It may sound totally infeasible but something has to be done to help the lower League clubs to survive.

Derivatives

infeasibility

1
noun
Example sentences
  • For example, James Longstreet's protest to Robert E. Lee on the infeasibility of Pickett's Charge is well-known.
  • One might argue against such strictness and point out its infeasibility, pointlessness and even potential harmfulness, at the levels of both clinical practice and inter-professional relationships.
  • These concerns tended to stay out of the forefront of public attention, however, due to the slow pace of population change and the relative infeasibility of policy interventions.

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