Definition of Inadvisable

1. Adjective. Not prudent or wise; not recommended. "Running on the ice is inadvisable"

Exact synonyms: Unadvisable
Also: Imprudent, Foolish
Antonyms: Advisable
Derivative terms: Inadvisability



2. Adjective. Not advisable. "An unnecessary and inadvisable action"
Similar to: Inexpedient
Derivative terms: Inadvisability

Definition of Inadvisable

1. a. Not advisable.

Definition of Inadvisable

1. Adjective. unwise; not recommended; not prudent; not to be advised ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Inadvisable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inadvisable

inadequation
inadequations
inadherent
inadhesion
inadmissibility
inadmissible
inadmissibly
inadventurous
inadvertence
inadvertences
inadvertencies
inadvertency
inadvertent
inadvertently
inadvisability
inadvisable (current term)
inadvisableness
inadvisably
inadvisedly
inadæquate
inaequihymeniiferous
inaesthetic
inaffability
inaffectation
inaffected
inaglyite
inaidable
inalienability
inalienable

Literary usage of Inadvisable

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1. A Critical Analysis of Industrial Pension Systems by Luther Conant (1922)
"Sickness Benefit inadvisable Some pension systems also provide sickness benefits and benefits to widows or dependent children. The weight of argument is, ..."

2. Syntax of Early Latin by Charles Edwin Bennett (1914)
"At present it seems inadvisable to go further than to say that the re of refert represents some case-form of res, felt by the Romans as ablative. ..."

3. The Comprehensive Concordance to the Holy Scriptures by James Bradford Richmond Walker (1894)
"It would be impossible as well as inadvisable to cite all. The following named concordances had been gathered by Mr. Walker, and formed a part of his ..."

4. English Local Government of To-day: A Study of the Relations of Central and by Milo Roy Maltbie (1897)
"Decentralization seems inadvisable in most instances. By-laws ought to be approved by a central authority in order to secure uniformity and the application ..."

5. History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament by Eduard Reuss (1884)
"... to be as unnecessary in practical criticism as it was inadvisable for dogmatic reasons. Collections : Critical Conjectures and Observations on the NT, ..."

6. Practical therapeutics by Edward John Waring (1874)
"Its external application is inadvisable, from the liability of its absorption into the system. 2247. Therapeutic Uses. In Inflammations, observes Prof. ..."

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