impolitic : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a not politic
an impolitic approach to a sensitive issue
- In the best of light, Smith was the impolitic outlaw with more grit than tact, the archetypical don't-tread-on-me misfit without whom the fragile experiment at Jamestown would have .
- The White House advisers drew wide attention earlier this month when green-jobs czar Van Jones was forced to resign after revelations of impolitic comments about Republicans and .
- In Venice, De Palma explained that "redacted" is the military's euphemism for the editing, in fact censoring, of impolitic comments in war documents, including servicemen's letters .
News & Articles
- First Lady’s Wine Rollout Offers Brief Relief From Controversy
by Deveron Timberlake It may have been impolitic to steal a glance at the first wrist, but Rolex and scandal watchers were curious. How would Gov. Bob and Maureen McDonnell's hosting duties play out during a festive reception while cringing at recent headlines?… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
July 2, 2013 - Style Weekly
- John Bolton in Forbes
It would be impolitic at best, and really craven at worse, to proceed to take North Korea off the list of state sponsors of terrorism until the Japanese were completely satisfied that their concerns about their citizens had been met,Bolton said.
- Max Boot in GPB
Max Boot, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, says he doesn't think McChrystal's comments, however "impolitic and ill-advised," rise to the level of insubordination evident in these earlier instances.
- Fakhruddin Ahmed in TVNZ
Khaleda's release has ended an imbalance in the country's political situation,said Professor Emajuddin Ahmed, a former vice-chancellor of the Dhaka University. "Keeping her in jail after Hasina was paroled was both impolitic and...