Unattainable

  • 61impossible — im·pos·si·ble adj: not possible: incapable of being done, attained, or fulfilled a party s performance is impossible in part Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. impossible …

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  • 62inaccessible — I adjective beyond reach, distant, elusive, far, far away, far off, impossible to reach, inaccessus, inapproachable, out of reach, out of touch, rari aditus, remote, removed, separated, unaccessible, unachievable, unacquirable, unapproachable,… …

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  • 63infeasible — I adjective absurd, impossible, impracticable, inaccessible, inconceivable, out of reach, out of the question, unachievable, unattainable, unimaginable, unlikely, unobtainable, unrealistic, unreasonable, unthinkable, unworkable, visionary II… …

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  • 64insuperable — I adjective beyond control, difficult, formidable, impassible, impervious, impossible, impracticable, impregnable, inaccessible, incapable of being overcome, incapable of being surmounted, indomitable, innavigable, insurmountable, invictus,… …

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  • 65insurmountable — I adjective beyond one s power, beyond one s reach, beyond the bounds of possibility, formidable, hardly possible, impassable, impenetrable, impossible, impracticable, impregnable, inaccessible, incapable of being done, incapable of being… …

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  • 66unapproachable — I adjective aloof, austere, beyond reach, distant, far off, faraway, forbidding, formidable, impregnable, inaccessible, inaffable, incomparable, inimitable, matchless, nongreganous, out of reach, out of the way, peerless, rari aditus, remote,… …

    Law dictionary

  • 67Leibniz (from) to Kant — From Leibniz to Kant Lewis White Beck INTRODUCTION Had Kant not lived, German philosophy between the death of Leibniz in 1716 and the end of the eighteenth century would have little interest for us, and would remain largely unknown. In Germany… …

    History of philosophy

  • 68Petrarch, Francis — (Francesco Petrarca) (1304–1374)    Petrarch is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest Italian writers, and is generally recognized as the founder of the movement that came to be known as humanism a movement that aimed to revive the… …

    Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • 69ideal — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ high, lofty, noble ▪ Sam was a real leader who had high moral ideals. ▪ unattainable ▪ This is not an unattainable ideal …

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  • 70ideal — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. model, paragon; idol, hero; perfect example. adj. visionary; unattainable, Platonic, abstract, Utopian, perfect; impracticable. See imagination, nonexistence, perfection. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1.… …

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  • 71unavailable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unattainable, not to be had for love or money. See impossibility. II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Unable to be reached: inaccessible, inapproachable, unapproachable, unattainable, unreachable.… …

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  • 72impossible — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Incapable of being considered] Syn. inconceivable, unthinkable, vain, hopeless, infeasible, unachievable, unattainable, out of the question, insurmountable, useless, impassable, inaccessible, unworkable, preposterous,… …

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  • 73Impossibility — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Impossibility >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 impossibility impossibility &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 what cannot what cannot what can never be Sgm: N 1 sour grapes sour grapes Sgm: N 1 hopelessness hopelessness &c. 859 P …

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  • 74ἀνείκαστον — ἀνείκαστος unattainable by conjecture masc/fem acc sg ἀνείκαστος unattainable by conjecture neut nom/voc/acc sg …

    Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • 75sour grapes — noun disparagement of something that is unattainable • Hypernyms: ↑disparagement, ↑depreciation, ↑derogation * * * noun plural Etymology: so called from the fable ascribed to Aesop, legendary 6th century B.C. Greek author of fables, about the fox …

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  • 76cry for the moon — To want or beg for something unattainable • • • Main Entry: ↑cry * * * ask for what is unattainable or impossible * * * ask, cry, etc. for the ˈmoon f8 idiom (BrE, informal) to ask …

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  • 77ARAB WORLD, 1945–2006 — The Arab world is divided into four subregions: the Maghreb (morocco , tunisia , algeria , libya , Mauritania), the Nile Valley (egypt and Sudan), the Fertile Crescent (syria , lebanon , iraq , jordan , and the palestinian authority ), and the… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 78out of (one's) reach — {adv. phr.} Unreachable; unattainable; unobtainable. * /Sam wanted to be a United States senator but he came to realize that such a dream was out of his reach./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 79out of (one's) reach — {adv. phr.} Unreachable; unattainable; unobtainable. * /Sam wanted to be a United States senator but he came to realize that such a dream was out of his reach./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 80Andromeda polifolia — Wild Wild, a. [Compar. {Wilder}; superl. {Wildest}.] [OE. wilde, AS. wilde; akin to OFries. wilde, D. wild, OS. & OHG. wildi, G. wild, Sw. & Dan. vild, Icel. villr wild, bewildered, astray, Goth. wilpeis wild, and G. & OHG. wild game, deer; of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English