(of a course of action) Impossible in practice to do or carry out,
(of a course of action) Impossible in practice to do or carry out
it was impracticable to widen the road here
not capable of being carried out or put into practice; "refloating the sunken ship proved impracticable because of its fragility"; "a suggested reform that was unfeasible in the prevailing circumstances"
(impracticableness) impracticability: the quality of not being usable
The doctrine of impracticability in the common law of contracts excuses performance of a duty, where that duty has become unfeasibly difficult or expensive for the party who was to perform.
An unmanageable person; Not practicable; impossible or difficult in practice; Of a passage or road: impassable; Of a person or thing: unmanageable
(Impracticability) Substantial difficulty or inconvenience in following a particular course of action, but not such insurmountability or hopelessness as to make performance impossible.
Incapable of being put into practice due to a degree of hardship or onerousness that jeopardizes the conduct of the research; it does not mean mere inconvenience.