Example sentences for: impractical

How can you use “impractical” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Since it is mandatory that the identity of test organisms is known to the species level, it would necessary to examine each organism caught in the wild to confirm its identity, which would usually be impractical or, at the least, very stressful to the organisms.

  • Recently, the risk assessment and atmospheric modeling communities have recognized the importance of developing approaches to extrapolate estimates from other studies in situations where input data are limited or comprehensive models are impractical.

  • And it doesn't take an economist to know that a disease cannot be diagnosed if the required tools are unaffordable or impractical.

  • Because of the large volume (often 400 L/day) of effluent normally required for flow-through tests, it is generally considered too costly and impractical to conduct these tests off-site at a central laboratory.

  • The volume of data acquired is so large that it is impractical to perform manual daily inspection of data from a large geographically dispersed population.


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