[in-uh d-vahy-zuh-buh l] /ˌɪn ədˈvaɪ zə bəl/
not ; inexpedient; unwise.
not advisable; not recommended
1819, from in- (1) “not, opposite of” + advisable.
[in ahy-ter-noo m; English in ee-tur-nuh m] /ɪn aɪˈtɛr nʊm; English ɪn iˈtɜr nəm/ adverb, Latin. 1. . /ɪn iːˈtɜːnəm/ adverb 1. forever; eternally
- In a flash
Also, in a jiffy or second or trice. Quickly, immediately. For example, I’ll be with you in a flash, or He said he’d be done in a jiffy, or I’ll be off the phone in a second, or I felt a drop or two, and in a trice there was a downpour. The first idiom […]
- In a flutter
see: in a dither
- In a fog
adjective phrase In a dazed, disoriented, confused state; inattentive: He was so tired he was walking around in a haze (1888+) Also, in a haze. Preoccupied, not paying attention; also, at a loss, confused. For example, After the accident he went about in a fog, even though he had not been injured, or Millie always […]