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feasible
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Anna Karenina
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  • Since Alexey Alexandrovitch had left home with the intention of not returning to his family again, and since he had been at the lawyer’s and had spoken, though only to one man, of his intention, since especially he had translated the matter from the world of real life to the world of ink and paper, he had grown more and more used to his own intention, and by now distinctly perceived the feasibility of its execution.

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  • Her plan sounds feasible.
  • The goal is good, but the plan doesn’t seem very feasible.

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