Inadvisability vs Inadvisable - What's the difference?

inadvisability | inadvisable |

Inadvisability is a related term of inadvisable.


As a noun inadvisability

is the quality or state of being inadvisable.

As a adjective inadvisable is

unwise; not recommended; not prudent; not to be advised.

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

    inadvisable

    English

    Adjective

    (en-adj) (or unadvisable )
  • unwise; not recommended; not prudent; not to be advised