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FE'ASIBLE, adjective s as z. [Latin facere.]

1. That may be done, performed, executed or effected; practicable. We say a thing is feasible when it can be effected by human means or agency. A thing may be possible, but not feasible

2. That may be used or tilled, as land.

FE'ASIBLE, noun That which is practicable; that which can be performed by human means.