from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality of being advisable or prudent; advisableness.
- n. An instance of advisability; a consideration in determining overall advisability.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being advisable; advisableness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being advisable or expedient; advisableness; expediency.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being advisable
"advisability" of future rate moves would depend on inflation, manufacturing sector and lending dynamics and the state of the domestic financial market.
"advisability" this month could be a hint that the monetary easing cycle is approaching its end.
Conversely, someone's post might raise new questions in your mind -- not about the advisability or viability of your original request, just new questions you might like to think over.
Stella Allendale in the prenuptial days, and he seriously considered the advisability of shaving his crown and growing a new one.
A quarter of a mile in either direction, looking out along the shallow canyon of the sand-hills, Dag Daughtry could see the sentry-boxes of the guards, themselves armed and more prone to kill than to lay hands on any escaping pest-man, much less persuavively discuss with him the advisability of his return to the prison house.
Regarding the advisability of cholera insurance, Barjon, in an email, expressed the need for infrastructure as a priority.
For whatever one thinks of the advisability of running mega-deficits during a deep recession (and as mainstream economists, we're cautiously in favor) it's hard to find anybody who argues that deficits-as-usual are desirable or even sustainable after the economy returns to full capacity.
It does include statements about the advisability of respecting civil rights, avoiding demonizing Muslims, empowering local communities and institutions, and fostering dialogue -- all strategies that have been pursued in various ways already.
Getting out tends to be another matter altogether -- especially when the commander-in-chief and his commanders in the field disagree on the advisability of doing so.
But governments are divided on both the advisability and the legality of a no-fly zone.