The next moment he realized that he had said what, of all things, was the most impolitic.
Macchiavelli censures the Signory's conduct of this affair as impolitic.
Don't ladyship me, Cassy was about to reply, but judging that impolitic, she sat down.
This last speech was most unhappy and impolitic for the side he was advocating.
On the whole, the measure was impolitic, and finally abandoned.
No one could be so discourteous or impolitic as to vanquish the king.
They know only how to brawl and scrawl 'hot-head' and 'impolitic maniac.'
There he proposed this impolitic toast: "To the union of all honest men."
It would be unjust to hinder them, but impolitic to encourage them.
This measure of the College was impolitic and unjustifiable.