The media is full of stories of careers and lives laid waste by indiscreet texts, emails, and other digital communications.
In the course of the conversation, I made a joke—an indiscreet joke, as I am all all too typically prone to do.
It suggested she was indiscreet, had poor judgment, and was insensitive to different groups.
People are simply too disorganized and indiscreet to pull off a secret world-wide plot.
The indiscreet interest-rate impostors even sent seductive salvos over internal email.
But I am sure that you will not think me indiscreet if I wish to know a little more.
He felt that he was indiscreet; he averted his eyes and went away.
But now, of course, the question would follow:—Who was the indiscreet agent?
This was a great thing for her to do; and my father said 'twas most indiscreet.
This, of course, was indiscreet, and led to hard words and harder feelings.
"imprudent, not discrete" (early 15c.) and indiscrete "not containing distinct parts" (c.1600) are both from Latin indiscretus "unseparated; indistinguishable, not known apart," the former via an Old French or Medieval Latin secondary sense. From in- "not" (see in- (1)) + discreet. Related: Indiscreetly; indiscreetness.