Definition of unrealizable in English:


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(also British unrealisable)
  • Not able to be achieved or made to happen.

    ‘the summit might generate unrealizable public expectations’
    • ‘The government's commitment to higher education for its own sake creates unrealisable expectations for the students involved, and a false sense that we live in an egalitarian society.’
    • ‘And, finally, he must recognize that the goals of equality of income and equality of opportunity are conceptually unrealizable and are therefore absurd.’
    • ‘The fact that rigidity in the monetary unit's purchasing power is unthinkable and unrealizable does not impair the methods of economic calculation.’
    • ‘Genuine democracy, i.e., liberty and equality, is unrealisable unless this aim is achieved.’
    • ‘The situation becomes worse when the representatives of a particular social interest - perhaps because of the very unrealistic and unrealizable nature of its demands - are shut out of the political process.’
    • ‘‘I don't think it's unrealizable,’ said Siksay.’
    • ‘From the standpoint of punk, this had always been a class war fought on behalf of an anarchist's notion of freedom and an eternally unrealizable moment of self-determination.’
    • ‘Included in the measure are provisions that were opposed by the UN weapons inspectors themselves as not only unnecessarily provocative, but unrealizable.’
    • ‘Colonized or occupied countries become prey to the philosophical imaginings and unrealizable political wish-lists of the home countries.’
    • ‘And it is well-known that the distance between fear and violence is short when people feel uneasy and their hopes seem unrealizable.’
    • ‘It's not another unrealizable Utopia or a new universal doctrine.’
    • ‘Finding unrealizable the ambition to know everything, he had concluded that human beings could know nothing.’
    • ‘Lifetime employment or anything like it is just an unrealizable goal at this point.’
    • ‘This development might sound like an unrealisable dream at this stage - but then so was The Lowry a few years ago.’
    • ‘Renée's dreams of returning to Australia were financially unrealisable; indeed, the nuns at Mortefontaine dismissed her when the boarding fees fell into arrears.’
    • ‘The unrealisable utopian welfare project resulted in nothing less than a collapse of all the values that had made the British so admirable, as he catalogues in this devastating litany.’
    • ‘‘Our plans are not vast or unrealisable,’ he says.’
    • ‘It was thought so unrealisable that no less a figure than Charles Lindbergh described it as ‘the Everest of aviation’.’
    • ‘According to her, safe spaces are an unrealisable, archaic concept.’
    • ‘It is either an unrealisable wish-list that will prompt howls of derision, or a stark reminder of the size of the job facing us.’
    impossible, beyond the bounds of possibility, impracticable, unattainable, unachievable, not feasible, not worth considering, unworkable, unobtainable, inconceivable, unthinkable, unimaginable, unrealizable, unsuitable



/ˌənˈrēəˌlīzəb(ə)l/ /ˌənˈriəˌlaɪzəb(ə)l/