unrealizable


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unrealizable

(ˌʌnrɪəˈlaɪzəbəl) or

unrealisable

adj
not able to be attained or brought to fruition
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrealizable - impossible to achieveunrealizable - impossible to achieve; "an unattainable goal"
impossible - not capable of occurring or being accomplished or dealt with; "an impossible dream"; "an impossible situation"

unrealizable

adjective
Not capable of happening or being done:
Translations

unrealizable

[ˈʌnrɪəˈlaɪzəbl] ADJirrealizable
References in classic literature ?
All unrealizable, save for some supreme moment, did the web of Daylight's personality creep out and around her.
And here, in the unforgetable crypts of man's unwritten history, unthinkable and unrealizable, like passages of nightmare or impossible adventures of lunacy, he encountered the monsters created of man's first morality that ever since have vexed him into the spinning of fantasies to elude them or do battle with them.
Visa requirements for Turkish citizens are still in force, and if Turkey fulfills all the unrealizable criteria in one year, if in one year the totality of EU administrations agree, then just some (rich) sections of Turkish society may have the access to temporary visas.
Presumably Islamist-based opposition movements in Muslim majority states are pursuing an unrealizable goal.
Charging Hizbullah's political adversaries with madness for staking highly adventurous unrealizable hopes to degrade his party, the deputy challenged them to toe the party line of anti-occupation resistance as the best option possible; Raad in this context criticized pointless Israeli/Palestinian Authority negotiations saying it's high time for the PA to renounce them and drop them for good.
The value proposition of the LoRa technology is convincing major industries to deploy IoT applications and services which were previously unrealizable.
The key to being successful in business, Baturina said, is in, "existing at the cutting edge, in the vanguard, which means being constantly aware of the innovations, following up even those ideas that at the first sight seem improbable and unrealizable.
But theorists of both international law and international legitimacy persistently struggle to explain how such normative orders can function without collapsing back into either apology for the interests of dominant powers or appeal to controversial and unrealizable moral ideals.
As much as I love the idea of a six-pound AR carbine, in this day and age, and with any suppressor at all attached, that is an unrealizable ideal.
Keldibekov noticed that the program is unrealistic and contains unrealizable things.
Tracing the use of the phrase itself from its origin in 1931, through a series of re-introductions into the popular discourse over time, the work examines media and journalism on the subject and explores the effects of a "dream" narrative, ultimately untrue and unrealizable, on class and the development of American culture.