Everyone seems to agree that the general should pay for his indiscretion.
Norine wonders whether it might make things easier if she allowed her husband this one indiscretion.
They often harp on the indiscretion, such as an affair, and not the larger picture.
But after his admission, he was promptly fired for "indiscretion" and the information ministry denied the gunman was Pakistani.
It dropped abruptly as though the speaker had suddenly recollected himself and was conscious of having committed an indiscretion.
Ought she to repine at the fruit of her own indiscretion and folly?
His indiscretion did very little harm, and his naïve self‑revelation only made him the more lovable to those who knew him well.
Has any man wasted all his property, or ended in debt by indiscretion and misconduct?
He was much annoyed over my indiscretion; but he resumed his work.
I deeply regret my indiscretion, though it was for his sake.