Definition of impracticably in English:

impracticably

adverb

  • See impracticable

    • ‘Wallis calculated that a 60 000 lb bomb would be needed to breach them, and this was impracticably heavy.’
    • ‘This showed that reported utilization ranged from none to impracticably high values.’
    • ‘It will take you an impracticably long time however powerful your computer is.’
    • ‘In setting this standard, the Board endeavored to protect electric utility companies from being required to bear an impracticably high burden of proof.’
    • ‘You cannot set the bar impracticably high, for that reason.’

Pronunciation

impracticably

/ɪmˈpraktɪkəbli/