unpractical

[ uhn-prak-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unpractical

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNPRACTICAL

They are as clever as you make 'em, but unpractical—God bless me!

The following sections will show that this tendency is unwarranted and unpractical.

We see “the metamorphosis of a practical object into an unpractical one.”

They laugh at remonstrance as out of date and "unpractical."

That is why they condemn us as unpractical, and we condemn them as lifeless.

The fellows who've got these guns are wild, irresponsible, unpractical fools.

The parliaments which he assembled were unpractical and disorderly.

I had no religion, no understanding of it, except in a vague, unpractical way.

Hamlet is neither "weak" nor "unpractical," as so many call him.

Too unpractical, too visionary, with all his brains and scheming.

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