By day it was dangerous enough; by night it was almost an impossibility.
I did not, at least I tried not to expect such an impossibility.
That impossibility is precisely the almost universal expectation.
For what the first sentence seemed to give was next thing to an impossibility.
To the healthy, walking is a pleasure; to the sick, a burden, if not an impossibility.
Well, my dear, writing is an impossibility when one is at the sea-shore.
There is no impossibility in all this; that there is a difficulty, we acknowledge ourselves.
And that others should approve, of what we approve, is no miracle or impossibility?
This impossibility of excess is the note of divine moderation.
In the first case, they assume that Plato means to show the impossibility of any truth.