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How to use unfeasible in a sentence

On many sections of the western front the nature of the ground makes an attack absolutely unfeasible.
THE STORY OF THE GREAT WAR, VOLUME I (OF 8)VARIOUS
The remedy he proposed—and when sober he spoke well and sensibly—was drastic and by no means unfeasible.
UNDER THE DRAGON FLAGJAMES ALLAN
Finding this act of treachery unfeasible, he vacillated between extreme reaction and progress.
THE POCKET BIBLE OR CHRISTIAN THE PRINTEREUGNE SUE
In another place still more unfeasible, they found the ox's head.
THE THREE PERILS OF MAN, VOL. 2 (OF 3)JAMES HOGG
Literally, no expedition of ingenuity could have framed a more unfeasible request.
THORLEY WEIRE. F. (EDWARD FREDERIC) BENSON
Are we then to deduce that it is superfluous or unfeasible to designate the waves as different?
NATURAL PHILOSOPHYWILHELM OSTWALD
Perhaps this would be an unfeasible neglect of your avocations.
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
Many councils were held and schemes proposed, only to be laid aside as unfeasible.
CASSELL'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND, VOL. I (OF 9)ANONYMOUS
To many a man the thing would have been unfeasible, after the first blow, because of the horses.
FLYING U RANCHB. M. BOWER
It was each time declined, as being unfeasible and improper.
WOMAN'S WORK IN THE CIVIL WARLINUS PIERPONT BROCKETT
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO UNFEASIBLE

  • brief
  • fleeting
  • implausible
  • temporary
  • unendurable
  • unfeasible
  • unsuitable
  • untenable
  • unworkable
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