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Inadvisableness refers to the quality or state of being unwise, imprudent, or ill-advised. It suggests that a particular action or decision is not recommended due to potential negative consequences or lack of wisdom.


Part of Speech: Noun

1. The inadvisableness of accepting that questionable business deal became evident once the truth behind it was exposed.

2. The financial advisor emphasized the inadvisableness of investing in unstable markets and suggested diversifying the portfolio instead.

Part of Speech: Adjective

1. Due to the inadvisableness of staying out too late in this neighborhood, it is recommended to avoid walking alone at night.

2. Alice's inadvisableness in neglecting her studies has resulted in poor academic performance.

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