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feasible
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Emma
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  • But this was not judged feasible.
  • He had been thinking it over most deeply, most intently; he had at first hoped to induce Mr. Woodhouse to remove with her to Donwell; he had wanted to believe it feasible, but his knowledge of Mr. Woodhouse would not suffer him to deceive himself long; and now he confessed his persuasion, that such a transplantation would be a risk of her father’s comfort, perhaps even of his life, which must not be hazarded.

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

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