Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Use "indiscretions" in a sentence
"Elderly people and those in authority cannot always be relied upon to take enlightened and comprehending views of what they call the indiscretions of youth."
"I find it strange that the Democrat party who will not kick Barney Frank or any other member under the bus for sexual indiscretions is willing to do so to Massa."
"I suppose the worst sin in a diplomat is vanity-the kind of vanity that makes a man exaggerate his role, distort his account of events in order to give himself enhanced credit and which leads to indiscretions from the desire to show off inside knowledge or information."