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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
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Administrators and educators who were a part of it seemed to have concluded early on that the US promise was hollow and unrealisable. Better then to divvy up the spoils while it could still be done, steal and hide and embezzle while the going was good, and the Americans were doling out the cash.
Theresa May set unrealisable red lines in the Brexit negotiations and only eventually accepted the need for a backstop as the bare minimum to avoid a hard border.
The Minister, regrettably during question and answer with the reporters admitted that the projection of growing economy by 7% a forecast of ERGP by 2020 is threatened and seems unrealisable.
The PTI has made itself sit atop a powder keg of unrealistic expectations, unrealisable goals and unachievable targets.
Another concern is many citizens are heading towards poor health as this latest funding may be unrealisable.
Negotiations are difficult and time consuming, but in adapting to the future do we push for the 'perfect' solution, which may be unrealisable, or accept an outcome that may not be perfect but actually works?
And even if they'd succeeded to kill him, they would have killed him but they still wouldn't have killed his idea, unworkable and unrealisable though it may be.
Political party leaders love to have something real to announce in their big annual conference speeches, and the Liberal Democrats still can't quite believe their leader can unveil polices that will be anything more than unrealisable fantasies.
And bi-polar fans will face squaring the same emotional circle between reality and easily inflamed, unrealisable demands to deliver on a dream.
On the positive side, only the Federal Antimonopoly Service can prohibit companies from taking part in a privatisation auction, so the Ministry of Economic Development's proposal seems unrealisable, unless the stake is sold directly, without an auction.
Zambia coach Herve Renard said: "This represents something enormous, something which appeared unrealisable before the competition began.
He said, 'Unless the food situation in the neighbouring countries improves, the country's inflation rate would continue to soar, making the economic targets unrealisable.'