Examples of feasible in a Sentence
Egyptian hieroglyphics … are also usually assumed to be the product of independent invention, but the alternative interpretation of idea diffusion is more feasible than in the case of Chinese writing. —Jared M. Diamond, Guns, Germs, and Steel, 1997
… there do not appear to be any remedies for this situation that are at once politically feasible and likely to work. —Richard A. Posner, Times Literary Supplement, 1 Sept. 1995
The '70s was the era in which it seemed more important, or more feasible, to reform our bodies than to change the world. —Barbara Ehrenreich, Utne Reader, May/June 1992
The government has now made it feasible for tourists to spend as long as a month in the country … —Fred C. Shapiro, New Yorker, 22 Oct. 1990
looking for a feasible way to create new jobs
would it be feasible to build a cabin in so short a time?
Recent Examples of feasible from the Web
Sen. Chris Murphy, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, said spending called for in the measure may not be feasible.
Washington Street is fairly isolated in the area of the river, making that successful road-raising project more feasible, according to Kurt Woolford, chief engineer with the Lake County Stormwater Management Commission.
The gang of 12 finished, demonstrating the distance was feasible and the inherent risks were worth the efforts to create the race.
The developer representatives said that there is a possibility the buildings could be converted to condos down the road if the demand is there, but right now wouldn't be feasible.
Wilt, former president and general manager of MLS' Chicago Fire, believes a team in the second or third tier of U.S. Soccer is feasible, which is Davi’s ultimate goal.
But dropping everything to drive from El Paso to Austin (about nine hours) wasn’t feasible, and wasn’t a long-term solution.
The clumsy handling of David Griffin makes this plan slightly more feasible.
But organizers decided the river site, now overtaken by weeds, wasn’t feasible for another jump.
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Synonym Discussion of feasible
FEASIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of feasible for English Language Learners
: possible to do
FEASIBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of feasible for Students
: possible to do or accomplish a feasible goal
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