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  • a  not suitable or advisable
    an inexpedient tactic
  • s  not appropriate to the purpose

  • He wrote most of his so-called classical music 30 years ago when he felt the need of enlarging his repertoire and deduced that it would be "inexpedient and tactless to repeat my .
  • Then the Red leaders realized the folly of alienating Castro before they could fully control him, told their membership that attacking the revolution is still "inexpedient," got .
  • Led by students who were led by Seor de la Torre, they created such a stir that it became inexpedient to dedicate the country as contemplated.

  • Mykola Azarov in BusinessWeek
    The placement is happening within the scope of the mandate we've been given by the parliament,Azarov said. "As regards the amount, it's inexpedient now to talk about this and we need to fully negotiate all the details with our...
  • Sergei Mironov in Kyiv Post
    Federation Council speaker Sergei Mironov said the agreement that gives broad powers to Tatarstan was "politically inexpedient and even dangerous" and should not be ratified, the Interfax and RIA Novosti news agencies reported.

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