impracticable


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not capable of happening or being done

incapable of being used or availed of to advantage

Synonyms for impracticable

not capable of being carried out or put into practice

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KARACHI: Wholesalers of Jodia Bazaar have reacted strongly against the newly issued price list of essential commodities by the City District Government Karachi (CDGK), terming it flawed and impracticable.
Opponents say the proposal is impracticable and dangerous given the large number of ethnic groups in the country.
An unnamed source told the daily the US hammer-and-anvil approach appeared good on paper, but it was impracticable.
It explained that the concept of 'gender equality' was impracticable because of 'distinct differences' in anatomy and physical and mental capabilities.
If these principles are impracticable in the world today, those who disagree with them cannot honestly regard themselves as Christians.
Deep trenching is expensive and sometimes impracticable, and there is often uncertainty whether the final design gives an acceptably low level of risk.
132(e)(1) provides an exclusion for any property or service, the value of which (after taking into account the frequency with which similar fringes are provided by the employer to the employer's employees) is so small as to make accounting for it unreasonable or administratively impracticable.
The company argued that although creating a voucher-tracking system was possible, to do so "would have been unreasonable and administratively impracticable in light of the low value and infrequency of such distributions.
But yesterday, their CO, Colonel Thomas Beckett, denied the men had been set an "impossible and impracticable task".
Colonel Thomas A Beckett was challenged that the Royal Military Police were set an "impossible and impracticable task".
And, like Don Quixote, it approached its enterprise in the most impracticable way imaginable.
The prospect of having a large number of wheelie bins blocking the pavement in a street full of cars is utterly impracticable.
Whenever the idea has been raised before, it has usually been dismissed as impracticable - but is it?
Brussels -- Comments are being sought from companies whose designs would either be rendered impracticable by RoHS-banned substances or where the negative environmental and consumer safety impacts caused by switching would outweigh the benefits.