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[mass noun] The quality of being advisable or sensible; wisdom:‘many questioned the advisability of this policy’
preferability, preferableness, desirability, wisdom, soundness, prudence, sensibleness, sense, appropriateness, appropriacy, aptness, fitness, suitability, judiciousness, expediency, expedience, helpfulness, effectiveness, advantageousness, advantage, benefit, merit, value, profit, profitability, gainView synonyms
- ‘A parliamentary committee is studying the advisability of allowing brokers and corporate agents to operate.’
- ‘Post-operative agility is a key factor in assessing the advisability of a block for post-operative pain relief.’
- ‘Before these policies are adopted, the advisability of no army modernisation deal can be justified.’
- ‘Second comes the question of feasibility and, more or less simultaneously, of advisability.’
- ‘Every individual can determine the advisability of where and when to travel.’
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