advisability


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ad·vis·a·ble

 (ăd-vī′zə-bəl)
adj.
Worthy of being recommended or suggested; prudent.

ad·vis′a·bil′i·ty, ad·vis′a·ble·ness n.
ad·vis′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.advisability - the quality of being advisable; "they questioned the advisability of our policy"
wiseness, soundness, wisdom - the quality of being prudent and sensible
inadvisability - the quality of being ill-advised

advisability

noun wisdom, fitness, profitability, prudence, suitability, propriety, desirability, expediency, appropriateness, soundness, aptness, judiciousness, seemliness He is doubtful about the advisability of interference with the system.
Translations
إسْتِحْسَان
vhodnost
tilrådelighed
tanácsolhatóság
réttmæti, skynsemi
tavsiye edilebilirlik

advisability

[ədˌvaɪzəˈbɪlɪtɪ] Nconveniencia f, prudencia f

advisability

nRatsamkeit f; he questioned the advisability of going on strikeer bezweifelte, ob es ratsam wäre zu streiken

advice

(ədˈvais) noun
suggestions to a person about what he should do. You must seek legal advice if you want a divorce; Let me give you a piece of advice.
advise (ədˈvaiz) verb
1. to give advice to; to recommend. My lawyer advises me to buy the house.
2. (with of) to inform. This letter is to advise you of our interest in your proposal.
adˈvisable adjective
(of actions) wise. The doctor does not think it advisable for you to drink alcohol.
adˌvisaˈbility noun
adˈviser, adˈvisor noun
a person who advises.
adˈvisory adjective
giving advice. an advisory leaflet; He acted in an advisory capacity.

advice is a noun and never used in the plural: to give advice / a piece of advice / some advice .
advise is a verb: He advises us not to go .
References in classic literature ?
He seemed intent upon convincing the boy of the advisability of adopt- ing a line of conduct that he was himself unable to define.
Well, Sir Henry, I am of one mind with you as to the advisability of your going down to Devonshire without delay.
It is convincing evidence of the extent to which love had triumphed over prudence in George's soul that the advisability of lying hid in his hotel on the following day did not even cross his mind.
Rapidly we discussed the advisability of trying to stalk the game, but in the end dismissed it reluctantly.
For the beginning again part of it there was not much enthusiasm; but with regard to the advisability of going back to the entrance there was complete unanimity, and so they turned, and trailed after Harris again, in the opposite direction.
In the discussion from day to day of the various features of this programme, the question came up as to the advisability of putting a member of the Negro race on for one of the opening addresses, since the Negroes had been asked to take such a prominent part in the Exposition.
And I was sounded as to the advisability of sending him a present of a lippie of shortbread, which was to be her crafty way of getting round him.
He could see, in the waning light without, that the close of the day was fast approaching, and he hesitated while he deliberated the advisability of waiting until darkness had fallen, or of immediately searching for some means of escape from the building and the city.
There his chauffeur waited, untiring and sleepless, with his car always ready for that last rush to the coast, the advisability of which the Prince had considered more than once during the last twenty-four hours.
A quarter of a mile in either direction, looking out along the shallow canyon of the sand-hills, Dag Daughtry could see the sentry-boxes of the guards, themselves armed and more prone to kill than to lay hands on any escaping pest-man, much less persuavively discuss with him the advisability of his return to the prison house.
Then discussions arise about the advisability of this road or that, what the best stopping-places may be, what running time I may expect to make, where the best trout streams are, and so forth, in which other men join, and which are punctuated with more drinks.
Pondering upon the advisability of this step, and the sensation it was likely to create in the neighbourhood, Mr Kenwigs betook himself to the sitting-room, where various extremely diminutive articles of clothing were airing on a horse before the fire, and Mr Lumbey, the doctor, was dandling the baby--that is, the old baby--not the new one.