1. the quality of being unsuited to the end in view
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How To Use inexpedience In A Sentence

  • 'Well, it is an old and worn argument -- that about the inexpedience of tragedy -- and much may be said on both sides. The Hand of Ethelberta
  • Pursuivant, to the Bishop of Albertstown, to the Lord Chancellor, with an exposition of the wicked injustice and hardness of heart of lawyers, and the inexpedience of taking the poor child from her earliest motherly friend, expressly chosen by her father. Modern Broods
  • Regan helped himself with the quip, "I'm not going to exploit for political purposes my opponents youth and inexpedience. CNN Transcript Jul 24, 2007
  • Their reasons to not impeach, ( "distraction, political inexpedience" etc.), are not legitimate reasons to NOT impeach. Time for Congress to Stand Up in Its Own Defense: Impeach Bush and Cheney Now!
  • The 'King of the Mountains' was convinced by the scene that had just taken place of the inexpedience of retaining the prisoners alive. A Modern Telemachus
  • '_Some_ repentance must, but even the sense of the inexpedience and inconvenience of evil habits may be the first step above them, and in time the power of genuine repentance may be attained.' Hopes and Fears or, scenes from the life of a spinster
  • He wanted to take Dora at once to the menagerie, but I represented the inexpedience of their taking her about with them to the horse - fair afterwards, and made Eustace perceive that it would not do for My Young Alcides
  • Regarding their inexpedience and ugliness, such a word as the Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling a
  • I was introduced to some of the Company, and during Dinner an Argument arose between one of the Gentlemen present, and the Judge, respecting Slaves; the Judge wished that there was an immediate addition of One hundred Thousand Slaves to the State; I soon became a Party and we had a good deal of conversation on the subject I principally endeavour'd to shew the political inexpedience Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, 1787
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