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It was yet again a demonstration of the ways in which it’s not feasible to pretend like the world of social media is somehow completely divorced from the rest of our reality.

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For now, Gloria is stuck mulling where cuts – and investments – are feasible.

The four mathematicians made the hunt feasible through two main innovations.

That is not even very feasible in some areas of the world that have limited electricity supply.

Eight years later, Google has decided that a network of flying Internet balloons is indeed not a feasible idea.

Cooperating with Assad is also the only feasible way, at present, to lessen the humanitarian nightmare in Syria.

The use of the F-22 over Syria presently is easily feasible and extremely logical.

But his higher profile should also make it more economically feasible to continue his work in disaster recovery.

The villain hacks into drones and gains control of them, which does seem like a pretty feasible scenario.

Unfortunately, under the circumstances, it is just not very feasible.

Wherever feasible, I have preferred to let Tchaikovsky himself tell the story of his life.

The several plans I revolve in my mind do not prove, upon closer examination, feasible.

The plan was very feasible, and the advice was good, as it placed the issue beyond a doubt: I inclined to it myself.

In the morn, when it was light saw men that ice had formed round the ships so thick that it was feasible to walk round about them.

It is indispensable to check these against biological fact, in order to ascertain which are feasible and which are not.


On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to feasible, such as: achievable, advantageous, appropriate, attainable, beneficial, and expedient.

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