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- adj. impolitic
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- adj. Impolitic; imprudent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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It would drift back to center again when the 'no-no' topic "peace" reared its unpolitic head from this attendee.
But I think he has been incredibly unpolitic in a number of things he said on race issues, and that matters.
"You're not undefended -" It would not only be undignified to lay hands on Edgar, it would be unpolitic.
But the petitions of the Americans produced no alterations in their favor, and the conduct of the Administration was equally unpolitic and illiberal.
To force an accusation based upon the remainder of the story would be unpolitic.
As soon as I can get at the facts I will undertake his rehabilitation myself, if I can find an unpolitic publisher.
If the elections should turn out disastrously to the best interest of the country, the result can only be attributed to that unjust and most unpolitic act.
In early 1964, an RCMP researcher looking into an uncorroborated story about Douglas' alleged involvement with Communists at the University of Chicago asked an inspector in a top secret memo whether the force should follow up "or do you think in view of Douglas' current prominence, it would be unwise or at least unpolitic for us to demonstrate our interest in him?"
To ignore/disregard the restrictions the Constitution places on the eligibility of someone to be president because it's unpopular/unpolitic is the same as bowing down to the Supreme
I don't thnk the press will be completely passive, the McCain campaign has been throwing down a lot of gloves and demanding satistifaction, in a rather unpolitic way, right in public and in front of the horses.