The adjective feasible is something that can be done, made, or achieved.
Synonyms are reasonable, appropriate, attainable, or practical.
The word origins from Anglo-French (mid-15th century) faisible meaning “capable of being done, accomplished or carried out” and from Old French faisable meaning “possible, that may be done, easy, convenient” from fais-, stem of faire “do, make” (source also from Latin facere meaning “to make, do, perform”.
Erica wants to tell that their idea isn’t feasible but she doesn’t want to argue further.
I have to analyze this option thoroughly before I can determine if it is feasible.
Each new discovery about electricity and radiation shows to be more and more feasible.