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inadvisable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinadvisablein‧ad‧vis‧a‧ble /ˌɪnədˈvaɪzəbəl◂/ adjective [not before noun]  STUPID/NOT SENSIBLEan action that is inadvisable is not sensible syn unwise Changes in the patient’s condition may make surgery inadvisable.it is inadvisable to do something It is inadvisable to involve more than one contractor on a project.
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inadvisableBy now Christmas was fast approaching, and further travel would soon be inadvisable.Bad weather made the trip inadvisable at this time.Subsequent additions and amendments to software may be technically possible, but inadvisable because of subsequent upgrade issues.However, it would be inadvisable for revolutionary socialists to base themselves on this unlikely variant.Strident, overbearing leadership is inadvisable in this political culture.Another group felt that it was inadvisable to change horses in midstream.It was therefore inadvisable to conduct statistical tests when missing data from some schools distorted the representativeness of the sample.Eleven years of trapping has demonstrated that it is inadvisable to generalise from two or three years' experience.it is inadvisable to do somethingTherefore, it is inadvisable to extrapolate from those studies to disadvantaged populations.Most agencies tell their single volunteers it is inadvisable to form relationships with locals or other expats.Eleven years of trapping has demonstrated that it is inadvisable to generalise from two or three years' experience.
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