impolitic

[im-pol-i-tik]
adjective
not politic, expedient, or judicious.

Origin:
1590–1600; im-2 + politic

impoliticly, adverb
impoliticness, noun
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impolitic (ɪmˈpɒlɪtɪk)
 
adj
not politic or expedient; unwise
 
im'politicly
 
adv
 
im'politicness
 
n

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Example sentences
It's that he's prone to saying impolitic things, as he did last summer.
To have waited for our boat, if possible to avoid it, would have been impolitic.
Although he considered the trial to be impolitic and unjust, he performed his duties with calmness and good judgment.
His main point, however, was that to implement the new policy would be impolitic.
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