Impossible [adjective]

Definition of Impossible:

beyond the bounds of possibility

Opposite/Antonyms of Impossible:

Sentence/Example of Impossible:

In private, she said, Pence would say the “right things” in calls to governors and “was in an impossible situation with the president.”

Putting a set of those on a 400cc Polaris Sportsman made an incredible difference in performance, and made it almost impossible to get stuck unless I was high centered.

That’s not an impossible proportion of people to get into the streets — particularly if the activists doing the work get funded.

It is virtually impossible that he had all the same information as the actual president.

Past research suggests the planet may have active volcanism and may have once been home to shallow oceans, but the inability to map the surface optically has made it impossible to verify these theories so far.

It was nearly impossible for a person to be physically, mentally, and emotionally well, he believed, if they were living in surroundings of violence, had little access to healthy foods, or had no roof over their head.

In addition to being long and expensive, these longitudinal studies come with ethical problems, because it’s impossible to gain consent from children who aren’t yet born—a challenge currently without a solution.

However, it may be harder—or legally impossible—for him to do so again.

Making responsible AI the norm, rather than the exception, is impossible without the voices of people who don’t already hold power and influence.

Adequate conception of the extent, the variety, the excellence of the works of Art here heaped together is impossible.