feasible

Part of speech: adverb

Feasibly.

Part of speech:

That may be done; practicable.

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Usage examples "feasible":

  1. Even should nine states adopt it without her, no one supposed a Federal Union feasible from which so great a state should be excluded. - "The Critical Period of American History", John Fiske.
  2. There he learned that that place was garrisoned by about 1200 native soldiers, that the discipline was lax, and that a surprise was quite feasible; but that the place itself was capable of a good defence. - "Rulers of India: Lord Clive", George Bruce Malleson.
  3. The Africa Committee should carefully consider such problems as that of the Negro pioneers being too long apart from their wives; and, if no other solution is feasible, the pioneer will have to return to his family. - "Unfolding Destiny", Shoghi Effendi.