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practicable (adj.)

1670s, from Middle French pratiquable (1590s), from pratiquer "to practice," from Medieval Latin practicare "to practice" (see practical). Related: practicableness (1640s).

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Definitions of practicable from WordNet

practicable (adj.)
usable for a specific purpose;
a practicable solution
Synonyms: operable
practicable (adj.)
capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are;
Synonyms: feasible / executable / viable / workable
From wordnet.princeton.edu