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Definition of "impracticability" [im•prac•ti•ca•bil•i•ty]

  • The quality or condition of being impracticable. (noun)
  • An impracticable thing. (noun)

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Use "impracticability" in a sentence
  • "Another doctrine, called "impracticability," says you can breach a contract if you're suddenly unable to hold up your end of the bargain."
  • "I do not know how far they are possible; but it seems to me that God has plainly commanded them, and that, therefore, their impracticability is a thing to be meditated on.] [Footnote 152: Exod. xxi."
  • "Nor could I consider the magnitude and complexity of my plan as any argument of its impracticability."