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Definition of "inadvisability" [inadvisability]

  • The quality or state of being inadvisable. (noun)

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Use "inadvisability" in a sentence
  • "It is odd, then, that almost never do these pundits find space to mention the most obvious lesson to be drawn from the Titanic's fate: the inadvisability of running at high speed, at night, through an ice field."
  • "But clearly Freeman is right about the inadvisability of unconditional financial aid to Israel and also about the fact that Israeli violence has regrettable consequences."
  • "The ensuing bedlam is probably best sampled via Cope's incredible book Head On, less an autobiography than a monograph on the inadvisability of combining a sudden ascent to teenybop stardom with a diet largely comprised ofLSD: "Every day we would wake up, take acid, then ride to the studio on our imaginary horses," begins one typical anecdote."