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.
The destructive conflict and the unrealizable ambitions of the Saleh-Houthi alliance have accelerated Yemen's fragmentation, but the fault lines are not necessarily defined by the old north-south border.
This is not an optimal outcome, but it's far more preferable than pursuing unrealistic and unrealizable goals that could drag the United States into endless and distracting wars it cannot win against far more committed and determined adversaries.
The potentially dodgy process included some false or overly idealized expectations with both kids and parents looking for 'perfection'- an unrealizable mix of good looks, values, monogamy, earning capacity, social skills and romance.
However, some of these paths are unrealizable paths and these paths should be extracted.
What Quiring locates in his study is the metamorphosis from the curse qua lawmaking violence within the juridical order into this "voided form" in Shakespeare's royal plays; the consequence of this transformation is that the curse persists as the "trace of an unrealizable trauma in the social field," lacking both discernable content and purpose (242).
Even the GOP promise to "tear up" the Iran nuclear deal would largely be unrealizable by January 2017.
As Jorge Madrid puts it, "Prior to the development of the metro cable system, residents of the "javelas" (squatter communities along the mountainside) had to brave a treacherous journey down the mountainside, which could take hours on foot or infrequent and unrealizable buses.
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.
For Kombluh, metalepsis works in figurative language's hypostatizing of capital's otherwise abstract and unrealizable relations as tropes--or, in a phrase Kombluh finds in the archive, "the poetry of banking" (25)--and in the movement between different forms of reality to construct equivalent values.
Presumably Islamist-based opposition movements in Muslim majority states are pursuing an unrealizable goal.