Examples of impractical in a Sentence
Little sports cars are impractical for large families.
He was a dreamy and impractical young man.
Recent Examples of impractical from the Web
Aides convinced the president that an immediate withdrawal was impractical.
But many of these devices weighed hundreds of pounds, making them impractical to move in the few heart-pounding moments a chaser has to deploy.
But Indian officials have done little to support a field widely viewed as impractical and esoteric.
None of those courses would upend the college-sports status quo, but all would represent tacit acknowledgment that in today’s cash-rich landscape, shutting out players altogether is impractical.
The space challenges of having an orchestra and dancers sharing a stage would have made that impractical.
In the age of television, gigantic movie palaces felt like ancient relics; impractical for audiences that preferred multiplexes or stayed home to watch TV.
These systems proved to be too expensive, too unwieldy, or simply impractical.
Between uncomfortable underwires, pretty-yet-impractical frills or unflattering silhouettes, shopping for the perfect pair of underwear is not an easy task.
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IMPRACTICAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impractical for English Language Learners
: not easy to do or use : not suitable for the situation
of a person : not sensible : not able to deal with practical matters effectively
IMPRACTICAL Defined for Kids
Definition of impractical for Students
- Small cars are impractical for large families.
- an impractical dreamer
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