Definition of "impracticable"
  1. Describes a task or action that is excessively difficult to carry out, particularly due to unforeseen events or situations
How to use "impracticable" in a sentence
  1. The contract was dismissed due to an impracticable condition that arose unexpectedly.
  2. They deemed the task impracticable due to unforeseen technical issues.
  3. Her demand was considered impracticable as it required an unreasonable amount of effort.

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