unadvisable

[ ad-vahy-zuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unadvisable
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I saw that the step was just as unadvisable as they said it was.

There was another reason which made it unadvisable to prolong the defence.

If I do go it will be unadvisable for me to take her on this my first journey.

Still it was his fixed opinion that discussion was, as a general rule, unadvisable.

Francesco, though unwilling to part with his painter in ordinary, thought it unadvisable to disappoint the Pope.

A council of war declared it unadvisable to proceed further in that campaign.

I thought it unadvisable to venture into the castle kitchen, yet it is needful that I keep up my strength.

I do not consider artillery necessary, yet it would not be unadvisable to take it along, if convenient.

But mining in general is very risky and to enlist foreign capital in its development in a wholesale manner is unadvisable.

The fish-lizard, its contemporary, must have been a formidable rival and a dangerous enemy, whom to attack would be unadvisable.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from advise (v.) + -able.

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