unadvisable

[ UK /ʌnɐdvˈa‍ɪzəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not prudent or wise; not recommended
    running on the ice is inadvisable
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How To Use unadvisable In A Sentence

  • Losing her temper with this one was unadvisable.
  • Taking pictures, morphing them on your PC and circulating is also highly unadvisable.
  • I do not see the good in it, because I was still untamed and unadvisable.
  • It is unadvisable, therefore, to interfere with the existing tradition.
  • Still, so closely and intimately associated are the physiological and the psychological aspects, that the exclusion of all references to the latter would be impracticable, or, if practicable, unadvisable.
  • I have travelled on public transport in a number of countries and no other nation finds it necessary to advise their citizens that throwing bottles out of windows is a little, well, unadvisable.
  • It says this represents an 'unadvisable, high risk activity'. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘It is very unadvisable and I would advise all your readers against it,’ he adds, in mock confessional tones.
  • It may be generally recommended as a manure for all crops, except, perhaps, the so-called leguminous crops, such as clover, beans, peas, &c, whose ability to obtain nitrogen for themselves renders the application of expensive artificial nitrogenous manures unadvisable. Manures and the principles of manuring
  • No, because now it would be unadvisable from a lawyer's point of view, because it would be misconstrued.
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