impractical

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The remonstrant of 1800 said "indelicate," of 1850 "immodest," of 1900 "impractical."

He found it impractical to remain longer in the stern attempting to scull.

No other government had them except in impractical imitations.

Who would take such an impractical view of the world as you do?

This is not an impractical plan, as many women are proving by experience.

Martian science always was hot, you know, but they were impractical.

I'll tell you immediate that if money's required it's impractical.

How can I talk business with you when you have such crazy, impractical ideas?

If he feared anything it was the domination of politics by the impractical.

Obviously, a small machine such as they now had would be impractical.

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