Definition of advisability in English:

advisability

Syllabification: ad·vis·a·bil·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ədˌvīzəˈbilətē
 
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noun

  • The quality of being advisable or sensible; wisdom: many questioned the advisability of this policy
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    • Before these policies are adopted, the advisability of no army modernisation deal can be justified.
    • Post-operative agility is a key factor in assessing the advisability of a block for post-operative pain relief.
    • Second comes the question of feasibility and, more or less simultaneously, of advisability.

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