inadvisable

[ in-uhd-vahy-zuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inadvisable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INADVISABLE

Swift as were his mental processes, he felt that a longer silence was inadvisable.

He wanted to suggest to Manager Fogg that making the change just then would be inadvisable.

It is inadvisable to talk to small children of studying a story.

If the position on the military crest is conspicuous, it is inadvisable.

Yes, but the thing is inadvisable now, for Shaw has been warned.

It is inadvisable to rock a child to sleep, it will go to sleep if comfortable.

Of course, if you think them inadvisable, I can take them down again.

Then you think it would be inadvisable to propose to Miss Virginia immediately, do you?

But the Superiors of the Community deemed it inadvisable to allow this.

I hadn't the money on hand, and it was inadvisable to approach the usual sources.

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