inexpedience


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Synonyms for inexpedience

the quality of being unsuited to the end in view

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Age and degeneration diseases induce a feeling of social inexpedience and abandonment, particularly in the situation in which their children, that became adults, are concerned with their family responsibilities and obligations, and do not have enough time for their elderly parents.
English judges themselves are not so tenacious of their own rules, as not to change them, when experience has shown their inexpedience, or when they are not found to bear the test of reason.
Arguments about the inexpedience of particular government measures simply reinforce the idea that "the desirability or undesirability of a particular measure could never be a matter of principle but is always one of expediency.