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More definitions of "impossible":
- (adj): Not capable of occurring or being accomplished or dealt with.
Example: "An impossible dream"; "an impossible situation"
- (adj): Used of persons or their behavior.
Example: "Impossible behavior"
Synonyms: insufferable, unacceptable, unsufferable
- (noun): Something that cannot be done.
Example: "His assignment verged on the impossible"
Famous quotes containing the word impossible:
“It is impossible to say all that we think, even to our truest Friend. We may bid him farewell forever sooner than complain, for our complaint is too well grounded to be uttered.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“It was impossible to praise it as beautiful, but it was also impossible to damn it as quaint.”
—E.M. (Edward Morgan)
“... it is nearly impossible to understand those who are beyond our sight, who are not explained to us by ties of birth or the contact of the flesh.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)