- 1) Not discreet; wanting in discretion.
- 2) Lacking discretion; injudicious.
- 3) lacking discretion; injudicious
- 4) Synonyms Imprudent, unwise, injudicious, inconsiderate, rash.
- 5) Not discreet; wanting in discretion or prudence; not in accordance with sound judgment.
- 1) Not divided into discrete parts.
- 2) Obsolete form of indiscreet.
- 3) Not divided or divisible into separate parts.
- 4) obsolete Indiscreet.
- 5) Not discrete or separated; compact; homogenous.
- 6) not divided or divisible into parts
- 7) Not discrete or separated.
- 1) He was just indiscreet and funny.
- 2) He was wonderfully indiscreet, but he was very bright and did not take himself too seriously.
- 3) ‘Unless he is unhinged, no politician in a modern democracy reveals any indiscreet biases in public.’
- 4) ‘Giving an after dinner speech to, of all things, a public school old boys' soccer club he was arrogantly indiscreet, revealing numerous confidential FA matters.’
- 5) ‘I asked her if that was what she had meant by private, but not indiscreet.’
- 6) ‘It has caused unintended movements, indiscreet communications and unwise decisions on the part of the terrorists.’
- 7) ‘In the ordinary course of events, to hold a wedding ceremony is a purely private matter that admits of no indiscreet remarks from other people.’
- 8) ‘Florence, unfortunately, was careless and indiscreet.’
- 9) ‘He flaunted and dramatised his homosexuality in his life and work and became ever more recklessly indiscreet.’
- 10) ‘However, it is irresponsible for them to show such an indiscreet attitude to curry favor with voters.’
- 11) ‘Even if you are not indiscreet on your blog, you could become so - but if you don't have a blog, you couldn't possibly start one and therefore never be indiscreet.’
- 12) ‘Now he is indiscreet only about his profession.’
- 13) ‘I hadn't even paid much attention to him - until one afternoon, when someone told me a highly indiscreet story involving him and another boy.’
- 14) ‘Unfortunately, I probably know a little bit too much about it, and I really don't want to be indiscreet.’
- 15) ‘That was indiscreet, but you'd have to be very naïve not to imagine that there are a lot of implicit quid pro quos out there.’
- 16) ‘This could have meant he was worried about being indiscreet, or it could have meant he was late for a meeting or something else.’
- 17) ‘Two strangers stand waiting at a bus stop, awkwardly failing in their attempts to cast indiscreet glances at one another.’
- 18) ‘The remarks, although indiscreet, were far less damaging than those that had been publicised in rival papers through the week.’
- 19) ‘He could be inspirational and caring, but also oppressive and indiscreet.’
- 20) ‘He wasn't misunderstood, he didn't just make some indiscreet comment without thinking.’
- 21) ‘As ever, she was delightfully indiscreet and, unheard of amongst politicians, insisted on picking up the bill.’
- 22) ‘What she will say is that her new relationship is only just blossoming, so she doesn't want to nip it in the bud by being indiscreet.’
- 1) She and her insiders used their Blackberries like a bunch of Ninth Grade girls and said some "indiscrete" things.
- 2) I, therefore, forgive him his indiscrete whinings and offer him a chance to achieve true brotherhood in Dawg´s fraternity of wordsmiths.
- 3) Buckley's indiscrete statement is just one example of what can happen when a cardinal rule of good corporate governance is violated.
- 4) Another similar and even more indiscrete addition, is being proposed at a different St. Mary's Cathedral, in Perth, where a whole new chancel is being contemplated.