Not realizable; unable to be achieved or realized.(adjective)
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Use "unrealizable" in a sentence
"And what opponents of the United States could not be delighted that the current administration, in the name of unrealizable ideals, has made a project of destabilizing the whole world by abandoning friendly countries and allies because it is too delicate and self-concerned to tolerate that they are at times unsavory?"
"It is probable that his calls for greater civil liberties are mere bluster, since he realizes that once people obtain these liberties, they end up using them to demand things "unrealizable" under the economic system that Moussavi is a product of."
"This leads him naturally into the next essay's consideration of ideal morality, where he discusses the scope of morality's demands on the individual, and, by a further natural extension, into the seventh essay's discussion of the distinction between the good and the bad self, a discussion which involves an attempted demonstration that the bad self is a kind of unrealizable parasite on the good."