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 for Feasible
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Feasible \Fea"si*ble\ (f[=e]"z[i^]*b'l) a. [F. faisable, fr.
     faire to make or do, fr. L. facere. See Fact, Feat.]
     1. Capable of being done, executed, or effected; practicable.
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              Always existing before their eyes as a thing
              feasible in practice.                 --Burke.
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              It was not feasible to gratify so many ambitions.
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     2. Fit to be used or tilled, as land. [R.] --R. Trumbull.
        Fea"si*ble*ness,+n.+--{Fea"si*bly">Fea"si*ble*ness, n. --{Fea"si*bly, adv.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      adj 1: capable of being done with means at hand and
             circumstances as they are [syn: feasible, executable,
             practicable, viable, workable]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  78 Moby Thesaurus words for "feasible":
     achievable, actable, adaptable, advantageous, advisable,
     applicable, appropriate, attainable, banausic, becoming, befitting,
     beneficial, compassable, congruous, convenient, decent, desirable,
     doable, ductile, effective, effectual, efficient, expedient,
     favorable, felicitous, fit, fitten, fitting, flexible, foolproof,
     fructuous, good, handy, happy, likely, malleable, manageable,
     maneuverable, meet, negotiable, operable, opportune, overcomable,
     performable, pliable, pliant, politic, possible, practicable,
     practical, pragmatic, profitable, proper, realistic, realizable,
     recommendable, right, seasonable, seemly, sensible, sortable,
     suitable, superable, surmountable, timely, to be desired,
     tractable, untroublesome, usable, useful, viable, well-timed,
     wieldable, wieldy, wise, workable, worthwhile, yielding

From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018) :

      A description of an algorithm that takes
     polynomial time (that is, for a problem set of size N, the
     resources required to solve the problem can be expressed as
     some polynomial involving N).
     Problems that are "feasible" are said to be "in P" where P is
     polynomial time.  Problems that are "possible" but not
     "feasible" are said to be "in NP".
      A description of a project or system for
     which a feasibility study gives a positive answer.

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