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inadvisable
used in Arrowsmith

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Definition
not advisable; i.e., not prudent or wise
  • Inchcape Jones vomited feeble proclamations of the inadvisability of toolarge public gatherings, and wrote to London to inquire about Haffkine's prophylactic, but to Sir Robert Fairlamb he protested, "Honestly, there's only been a few deaths and I think it's all passed over.
    Chapter 31 (95% in)

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