feasibility

Part of speech: adverb

Feasibly.

Part of speech: noun

Practicability.

Part of speech: noun

Capability of being effected or accomplished; practicability.

Part of speech: noun

Feasibleness.

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Usage examples "feasibility":

  1. They spoke in low tones, and there was something in the hush that suggested to Colville the feasibility of taking into his unoccupied hand one of the pretty hands which the pale night- light showed him lying in Mrs. Bowen's lap. - "Indian Summer", William D. Howells.
  2. We examined the feasibility of removing water and found it to be not impossible but very difficult. - "The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California", S. F. Cook.
  3. It was about 325 miles over the ice to Battle Harbour, and Mackenzie and the others continued to argue against the feasibility of my plan. - "The Lure of the Labrador Wild", Dillon Wallace.