Definition of impractically in English:

impractically

adverb

  • See impractical

    • ‘They are excellent glasses, but very expensive and impractically large.’
    • ‘I approached my education, even my graduate and postgraduate education (at the Berkeley and Los Angeles campuses of the University of California and at the University of Ghana), rather impractically.’
    • ‘Unlike previous single-molecule experiments, which were impractically complicated for large-scale applications, the simplicity of this design lends itself to many applications.’
    • ‘But some of the play's final answers seem to me improbably and impractically noble.’
    • ‘In a cloud of heavy vanilla-based perfume and a click of impractically high heels, she was gone.’