impossibleness love

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun incapability of existing or occurring; impossibility.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun incapability of existing or occurring

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Annie's touchy pride, mingled with what Vassie frankly called her "impossibleness," made the situation hopeless, for the former quality would not let her efface herself, and the latter prevented her daughter being called upon.

    Secret Bread

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

  • I'd say the successful "impossible goals" that were accomplished in spite of their 'impossibleness' had a few things in common:

    Genuine Curiosity by Dwayne Melancon

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