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From Anglo-Norman fesable, from Latin facere, Old French fesable, faisable (“doable”), from fere, faire (“to do”) + -able.
feasible (comparative more feasible, superlative most feasible)
- Able to be done in practice.
- His plan to rid Trafalgar Square of pigeons by bringing in peregrine falcons to eat them was dismissed as not feasible.
- Synonyms: achievable, doable, possible, practicable, workable
- Antonyms: infeasible, unfeasible
that can be done in practice
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