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feasible

fea·si·ble

feasible

 
 
pronunciation:
fi z bl
features:
Word Combinations (adjective)
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: capable of being done, carried out, or brought about; likely to succeed.
The project seemed quite feasible when they started, but they soon ran into an obstacle.Finishing by March is a feasible objective in our opinion.
antonyms:
chimerical, impracticable, unfeasible
similar words:
possible, practicable, practical
definition 2: capable of being used; fit or suitable.
Solar energy seems a feasible alternative in this desert region.
antonyms:
unfeasible
similar words:
practical
definition 3: likely to be true or to be confirmed; plausible.
Missing the bus seemed like a feasible explanation for his lateness.The hypothesis seemed quite feasible, but the results of the experiment did not confirm it.
antonyms:
implausible, unfeasible
similar words:
plausible, possible
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derivations: feasibly (adv.), feasibility (n.), feasibleness (n.)