American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not recommended; unwise: Running on the ice is inadvisable.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not advisable.
- adj. not advisable
- adj. not prudent or wise; not recommended
“Icahn has blasted Lions Gate in the past for making what he called inadvisable purchases, including of TV Guide in 2009.”
“Cuccinelli said, however, that local law enforcement can arrest those suspected of violating criminal laws, but that it is generally "inadvisable" to arrest those suspected of committing civil violations.”
“Czypionka said it would be "inadvisable" for the South African Reserve Bank”
“Madide said that if the mediators accepted Inkatha's arguments and ruled that the current interim constitution was "inadvisable" then the new government -- "presumably the ANC" -- should call a second election within weeks or months.”
“Inkatha's opposition, was "inadvisable" then the new government --”
“The central bank said that while growth and inflation were quickening, it was "inadvisable" to raise rates earlier because of a shortage of cash with lenders.”
“Mrs Thatcher told him it would be "inadvisable" to go against the will of the house but pointed out that some secretaries worked for more than one MP, while there was a need to”
“I'm still not going to tell you all about these things, because I think that in some cases it would be legally inadvisable, and in others it would just be the regular kind of inadvisable, but I am terribly excited about some aspects of the above list and terribly devastated about other aspects of the above list, and I was just possessed of the need to do a drive-by mention and madden you all with the absolute lack of information I could pack into several hundred words.”
“inadvisable" because it will cause a backlash against Muslims in America and Europe.”
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