Feasibility Study

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Feasibility Study: A study designed to discover if a business, product, project or process justify the investment of time, money and other resources.

Other Words for Feasibility

Feasibility Adjective Synonyms: practicability, workability, applicability, viability, practicality

Other Words for Study

Study Verb Synonyms: learning, lessons, bookwork, work, reading, contemplation, investigation, boning up, cramming, swotting or swatting
Study Adjective Synonyms: contemplate, consider, reflect on, think over or about, ruminate on, chew over, turn over, weigh, ponder, deliberate over or on or about, muse about or on, mull over, meditate on or about or over
Study Noun Synonyms: learn (about), read, con, memorize, burn the midnight oil, lucubrate, bone up (on), cram, swot or swat, mug up

Home Study

Life Style / Adoption / Home Study: A process whereby an individual or couple undergo a study by a licensed public or private agency to assure the well-being of the child in the home and the readiness of the family to adopt. MORE

Independent Study

Life Style / College / Independent Study: A course of study designed by a student and a sponsoring faculty member or teacher. The student works independently on the project and material throughout the term, continually consulting with the ins MORE


Life Style / Painting / Study: 1. A comprehensive drawing or painting. 2. A detail that can be incorporate into a finished painting. MORE

Work-Study Program

Life Style / College / Work-Study Program: A program where payments are earned by students in financial need who work on campus or off campus to help pay for school costs. MORE

Feasibility Study

Health / Disease / Feasibility Study: A study by EPA to determine the best way to clean up environmental contamination. A number of factors are considered, including health risk, costs, and what methods will work well. MORE

Event Study

Business / Finance / Event Study: The risk that the ability of an issuer to make interest and principal payments will change because of rare, discontinuous, and very large, unanticipated changes in the market environment such as (1) a MORE