Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Use "impolicy" in a sentence
"Holding in utter contempt the threats of Captain Parker, Lee continued his march; and, in a letter  to congress, represented in such strong terms the impolicy of leaving the military arrangements for New"
"You spoke of the duties a Frenchman owed to France, and the 'impolicy' of remaining aloof from all public employment on the part of those attached to the Legitimist cause. ""
"Charles of Burgundy, a person likely to resent to the utmost the deeds of that night, had an alarming sound, and the extreme impolicy of at once quarrelling with the Liegeois and provoking the Monarch of France, made an appalling impression on their minds, confused as their intellects were."