impossible

[ im-pos-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF impossible

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPOSSIBLE

The laws of the country made it impossible to accompany her beloved husband.

Tilly was to have gone also at that time, but had found it impossible to get away.

Not that in his presence she became vain or petty or jealous; that would have been impossible.

Many others are so defaced that it is impossible to decipher them.

If I had seen it in the pattern I should have said it was impossible for your colouring.

It is impossible to doubt that this passion is fatal to more than the purse.

To be so particular as you require in subjects of conversation, it is impossible to be short.

But there is one difficulty which it is impossible to remove.

It is impossible not to be fond of our mother now; for she is so fond of us!

But it is impossible, say some, that he should make a tender or kind husband.

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