/ (ɪmˈpɒlɪsɪ) /
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noun plural -cies
the act or an instance of being unjudicious or impolitic
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Words nearby impolicy
implosion therapy, implosive, impluvium, imply, impolder, impolicy, impolite, impolitic, imponderabilia, imponderable, impone
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How to use impolicy in a sentence
He had in vain wished to convince those people of the wickedness and impolicy of their proceedings.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
Besides the impolicy of exposing the tricks of your trade, all this is very spiteful indeed.
The viceroy, Sir Gilbert Elliott, deeply felt the impolicy and ignominy of this evacuation.The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson|Robert Southey
On more mature reflection, General Howe was convinced of the impolicy of attempting to dislodge the Americans.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
It would have been the height of impolicy to shock these fanatical Musselmans in their ideas.Travels in Central Asia|Arminius Vmbry