Main Entry: fea·si·ble
Etymology: Middle English faisible, from Middle French, from fais-, stem of faire to make, do, from Latin facere -- more at DO
1 : capable of being done or carried out <a feasible plan>
2 : capable of being used or dealt with successfully : SUITABLE
3 : REASONABLE, LIKELY
synonym see POSSIBLE
What about rowing the Channel? "It is possible," says Peter McConnell, marketing manager of the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames. "Olympic silver medallist Guin Batten broke the record for rowing the Channel a couple of years ago [she did it in three-and-a-quarter hours], but I don't suppose she'd have fancied rowing back with a Frenchman in her boat. It's feasible, but it's also mad."
Jetzt bin ich doch der, der nach Belegen sucht (für meine Meinung allerdings (-: ).