Practicable

Prac"ti*ca*ble

(?), a. [LL. practicare to act, transact, fr. L. practicus active, Gr. : cf. F. practicable, pratiquer to practice. See Practical.] 1. That may be practiced or performed; capable of being done or accomplished with available means or resources; feasible; as, a practicable method; a practicable aim; a practicable good.
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2. Capable of being used; passable; as, a practicable weapon; a practicable road.
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Practicable breach (Mil.), a breach which admits of approach and entrance by an assailing party.
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Syn. -- Possible; feasible. -- Practicable, Possible. A thing may be possible, i. e., not forbidden by any law of nature, and yet may not now be practicable for want of the means requisite to its performance.
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-- Prac"ti*ca*ble*ness, n. -- Prac"ti*ca*bly, adv.
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