more impracticable

[ im-prak-ti-kuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF more impracticable

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It was broad, and appeared to be more impracticable than any of the previous ones.

He feared not; for the higher the sun rose the more impracticable his intentions of the night before appeared.

The stars arise (offering two or three thousand more impracticable suns), and the night is ironical.

The old mouth of the Guadalete is obstructed by a yet more impracticable bar.

A more impracticable union for business purposes than such a partnership would have yielded can hardly be conceived.

From this time many gas engines were proposed, and the more impracticable combustion of gunpowder received less attention.

On and on, she drove her tired mind; inventing schemes more and more impracticable.