Impropriety vs Inadvisability - What's the difference?

impropriety | inadvisability | Synonyms |

Impropriety is a synonym of inadvisability.


As nouns the difference between impropriety and inadvisability

is that impropriety is (uncountable) the condition of being improper while inadvisability is the quality or state of being inadvisable.

impropriety

English

Noun

  • (uncountable) The condition of being improper.
  • (countable) An improper act.
  • Improper language.
  • inadvisability

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The quality or state of being inadvisable.
  • :I had been warned of the inadvisability of disturbing sleeping dogs, so it did not surprise me when the wakened dog snarled at me.
  • Synonyms

    *(quality or state of being inadvisable) foolhardiness, impropriety, imprudence, injudiciousness, rashness