Adjective(1) impossible to achieve
(1) The mixture of resentment, nostalgia and love for an unattainable home underpins the documentary.(2) Dreaming is something that occurs while we are asleep, and it is usually something unattainable that we dream about.(3) Whether or not he achieves what many believe to be an unattainable goal is, in many ways, irrelevant.(4) So far, cooperative parenting remains an unattainable goal for this couple.(5) Acknowledging that there were limits to human knowledge, he had declared it unattainable .(6) It is true, of course, that perfect objectivity in news reporting is unattainable .(7) The youngest is Pfeni, a travel writer who never stays in one place for long, and has a penchant for unattainable men.(8) The building then creates a climbable section to reach a tag section previously unattainable .(9) Meanwhile, the run on Roast Chicken rendered it unattainable within a very short time.(10) For the time being McConnell says that is probably unattainable .(11) For one thing, Kurt's pretty much only presented as a sort of unattainable ideal.(12) The problem is that for most men, as for most women, that ideal is unattainable .(13) But at the moment what she wants most is looking more unattainable .(14) Here in Drottningholm, it doesn't seem such an unattainable ideal.(15) When we were 12 or 15 it was an unattainable goal of how you wished your life to be.(16) Why is a traditional middle class lifestyle increasingly unattainable ?
1. unreachable ::
2. unachievable ::
3. unobtainable ::
4. impossible ::
5. unwinnable ::
6. unrealistic ::
7. implausible ::
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