inadvisable inadvisable  /ɪ nəd ˈvaɪ zə bəl/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) not prudent or wise; not recommended
  2. (adj) not advisable

Usage(s):

  1. Initially, House members were permitted to filibuster as well, but their growing numbers soon made the practice inadvisable.
  2. It is obvious that Khrushchev must personally see America to understand why it would be inadvisable for him to precipitate Russia into a war.
  3. Initially, House members were permitted to filibuster as well, but their growing numbers soon made the practice inadvisable.

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  1. "Since the department seems to be confused on what type of tanker it believes is needed at this time, I believe that moving forward with such a large procurement in such a precipitous manner is inadvisable," Dicks said.
    on Aug 7, 2008 By: Norm Dicks Source: Seattle Times

  2. "Big spending cuts implemented over the next few years are inadvisable because it will simply undermine efforts to revive a flagging economy," Horney said. "Absolutely we're going to need more revenues and it's going to take a combination of...
    on May 13, 2010 By: Karen Horney Source: Reuters

  3. "It would be inadvisable in the extreme for the US simply to pack up its forces and withdraw," Turki said at the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia. "The US must underline its support for the Maliki government because there is no other...
    on Dec 6, 2006 By: Turki al-Faisal Source: Reuters

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