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
Meanwhile, Petro’s proposal to slowly wean Colombia from its economical reliance on oil and coal exports and replace them with agricultural products such as avocados has been slammed as impractical.
My second piece of impractical advice to you is to learn how to persist.
Their limited battery life still makes some uses impractical, and they can be flown legally only at relatively low altitudes.
Basically composed of short, elliptical scenes, this work's three parts were intended to be seen separately (which theatrical presentation makes impractical).
When that proved impractical, the only solution left was to begin draining the pool so that a crane could be used to lift the car to ground level.
Most schools need help in each sport and too often kids don't come out due to impractical year-round demands.
Demna Gvasalia sending models down the Vetements runway wearing enormously impractical canvas aprons as part of a collaboration with Carhartt was a little odd, but those were ultra cool, too.
That was ruled out as impractical, from a security and diplomatic standpoint.
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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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