Capable of being effected, done, or put into practice; feasible. See Synonyms at possible.(adjective)
Usable for a specified purpose: a practicable way of entry. (adjective)
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Use "practicable" in a sentence
"We might at least remember that what we call practicable justice has never yet attained the gracious results of Christ's romantic justice."
"Order and privilege are condemned; total democracy, as direct as practicable, is the professed radical ideal."
"Atlantic unity, with bonds as loose as we have them, as tight as may be practicable, is a safer bet than European union."