indiscreetly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r without discretion or wisdom or self-restraint
she inquired indiscreetly after the state of his health
- Last week Cheney fired the highly decorated Air Force chief, General Michael Dugan, for "poor judgment at a sensitive time" in speaking indiscreetly on secret and diplomatically .
- A well-known womanizer, Stanford has been caught on giant video screens at cricket matches flirting indiscreetly with players' wives and girlfriends.
- An apothecary gossiped indiscreetly and was shot dead.
- Anthony Blunt in Telegraph.co.uk
In his 30,000 word memoirs, Blunt tells how, initially at least, he was not impressed because "he (Burgess) began immediately to talk very indiscreetly about the private lives of people who were quite unknown to me".