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other words for most impracticable
- not a prayer
- out of the question
- won't fly
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I looked over the terrace; it was far too high to leap from; escape, if there was danger, was impracticable.
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It has usually been considered impracticable to combine any powers of compulsion with a Poor Law system.
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Then he conclusively proves the first impracticable and the second inexpedient.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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He was crotchetty and impracticable, a man of rash judgment and hasty action-as brave and as tenacious as a bulldog.
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Suffice it to say, the bordeaux was very respectable; but the beefsteak impracticable, and the poulette questionable.
Metaphysical subtlety, in pursuit of an impracticable theory, could alone have devised one that is calculated to destroy it.
Fox described the war as unjust and impracticable, and said that the bill exhibited the folly of the ministers.
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The ground on either side was quite impracticable, and the detachment must necessarily pass through the wood.
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Why should not a doctrine seem impracticable, when we have suppressed its fundamental proposition?
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