Definitions for uneconomic

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. uneconomical, uneconomic(adj)

    wasteful of resources

Wiktionary

  1. uneconomic(Adjective)

    financially inefficient, costly, wasteful, or loss making

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Tom Petrie:

    There are things you could do when oil was 90 or a 100 dollars a barrel that will be uneconomic at today's price without question.

  2. Edward Meir:

    It's better to have the units than not to have the units, it doesn't change the underlying premise: smelters are finding it increasingly uneconomic to produce in the West.

  3. Founder Rich Kinder:

    We evaluated numerous options, including significant asset sales, but ultimately concluded that these other options were uneconomic to our investors in the long run. This decision was not made lightly.

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