Definition of unworkability in English:

unworkability

noun

  • See unworkable

    • ‘Hopefully, enough conservative voices speak out to prevent the country from declining further into the chaos and unworkability of full-blown socialism.’
    • ‘The invasion and occupation of Iraq offers abundant evidence of the inherent unworkability of a policy of preventive war.’
    • ‘For centuries this was the classic text demonstrating the unworkability of democracy.’
    • ‘Fortunately, some of the heads of other governments came to understand the unworkability of various aspects of the orders.’
    • ‘Whether in the future we shall discover the unworkability of the alternatives to democratic capitalism the hard way, by trying them, or the easy way, by studying them and making rational choices, I would not care to predict.’

Pronunciation

unworkability

/ʌnwəːkəˈbɪlɪti/