inadvisability

[ in-uhd-vahy-zuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inadvisability
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She thought the roses lovely, and recognized the inadvisability of thanking this teacher, since he had not enclosed his card.

As the Philippines are “land poor,” the inadvisability of such a policy would seem to be sufficiently evident.

A single experiment taught me the inadvisability of leaving the camera exposed for any length of time to these conditions.

Is there a right and a wrong in the matter, an advisability or an inadvisability, an expediency or an inexpediency?

Otis ordered Lawton to withdraw, and Lawton, convinced of the inadvisability of the measure, objected.

We have had occasion to note that this principle suggests the inadvisability of killing too many birds with one stone.

The skipper, however, in view of the inadvisability of bringing the great mainsail crashing over, could not turn his head.

Now I think of it, there is an inadvisability in my calling them insurgents while in their power; but what phrase am I to employ?

WORD ORIGIN

1839, from inadvisable + -ity.

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