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- adj. Infeasible: not feasible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not feasible; impracticable; infeasible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not capable of being carried out or put into practice
Relying on the great mass of individuals to sort out the fine details of laws and political strategies is completely unfeasible, which is why we delegate this duty to politicians.
It provides refill stations in around 600 UK health-food shops but has said it is "unfeasible" to offer something similar in supermarkets.
Yesterday, the mayor's opposite number in Versailles, François de Mazière, accused Paris' town hall of foul play for releasing a report branding his project "unfeasible" as it would blight the view from the nearby palace and gardens - a claim he dismissed as "a load of rubbish and not very sportsmanlike".
He said it would be "unfeasible" to continue his involvement with Linux Australia from the
Owner Paul Castle said he decided to close the eaterie because the economic climate made the business 'unfeasible'.
Apart from the usual cries that it's "unfeasible" I have to yet hear a cogent argument against it, based on justice.
But some - including the Bank of England and the FSA - consider getting enough money together as "unfeasible".
Keeping the option of slipping Shuttle launches beyond the 2010 "hard ceiling" may reduce the gap in U.S. manned spaceflight, should Constellation experience significant delays ... such as if Ares I proves unfeasible!
It is about a program unfeasible within a given budget.
The statement, prepared in 1994 by the USDA, wrote off falconry as "unfeasible and ineffective."
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