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Definition of "unpractical" []

  • Not practical, impractical (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unpractical" in a sentence
  • "And yet, so hopelessly unpractical is he, that you see they are already back in the rightful owner's hands."
  • "I believe that teaching of the Master, so often regarded by men in this world as impracticable and unpractical, is not only morally the highest, but in actual practice it is the most effective, as the experience of men and of nations so abundantly proves; and the higher you and I rise in the direction of chivalry, the more do we reveal our kinship with our Heavenly Father Who allows His sun to shine upon the evil and upon the good, and sends His rain upon the just and upon the unjust."
  • "I admit I might be called unpractical if impenetrable forests and destructive floods lay between here and Putney; it might then be as merely idealistic to praise Putney as to praise Paradise."