feasible

[ fee-zuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF feasible

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Whether or not the scheme was feasible at that time it is impossible to say.

You are to depart as soon as feasible: you know what that means.

What attractions are possible and feasible in the rural communities?

Even if it had been feasible—which I doubt—I would not have done so.

If it proves to be feasible, I can give Ashton a chance to make good as an engineer.

The route up through the dome was the only feasible one now.

It was only feasible by veritable dancing on the tight-rope of sophistry.

Perhaps, had it been feasible, she would have stopped his speech.

The fulfilment of some of the promises would have been feasible enough.

But he was compelled to admit that the plan was not feasible.

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