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Definition of Impoliticly

Impoliticly
Impoliticly Im*pol"i*tic*ly, adv. In an impolitic manner.

Meaning of Impoliticly from wikipedia

- of the Roman curia, and towards the close of the year 1516 he sent the impolitic Arcimboldi as papal nuncio to Denmark to collect money for St Peter's...
- Tiberius – which covers the peak of Claudius's literary career – it became impolitic to speak of republican Rome. The trend among the young historians was...
- Prime Minister Admiral Keisuke Okada was opposed to Tojo, it would be impolitic for the Emperor to appoint him. During the meetings of the jushin regarding...
- threat in the east, Louis XIV, the Most Christian King, had deemed it impolitic, cynically to some, for him to continue the ****ault in 1682, which could...
- the connection of their family name to the Carlyle Group's name became impolitic. Buyouts declined after the collapse of the dot-com bubble in 2000 and...
- smaller group of newer postwar arrivals had developed a vocal if not impolitic interest in the rebuilding process in Germany under National Socialism...
- London were perhaps discarded hurriedly by retainers who found themselves impoliticly dressed at various times. Apparently beginning relatively harmlessly...
- /oʊˈmɛərtə/ rather than [omerˈta]. Michael, Herzfeld (2004). The Body Impolitic: Artisans and Artifice in the Global Hierarchy of Value. Chicago and London:...
- Delhi. He had the qualities of an excellent warrior, but he was rash and impolitic in his decisions and actions. His attempt at royal absolutism was premature...
- unless it were subsequently explained, this course was not as rash and impolitic, as it was ill-considered, oppressive, and unjust.' Hansard, 19 March...