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Adverbial inadvisably has 1 sense
  1. expediently, inadvisably - in an expedient manner
    Derived from adjective inadvisable1

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Term: inadvisably


Inadvisably is an adverb that describes an action or decision made in a manner that is not recommended or considered wise.

Sense 1:

Part of Speech: Adverb

Definition: In an unwise or ill-advised manner.

Example Sentence: He inadvisably invested all his savings in a risky business venture.

Sense 2:

Part of Speech: Adverb

Definition: In a manner that is not suggested or recommended.

Example Sentence: She inadvisably chose not to wear her seatbelt on the bumpy road, risking her safety.

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