imprudent

[im-prood-nt]
adjective
not prudent; lacking discretion; incautious; rash.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin imprūdent- (stem of imprūdēns) unforeseeing, rash. See im-2, prudent

imprudence, imprudentness, imprudency, noun
imprudently, adverb

imprudent, impudent.


unwise, indiscreet, ill-advised.
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imprudent (ɪmˈpruːdənt)
 
adj
not prudent; rash, heedless, or indiscreet
 
im'prudence
 
n
 
im'prudently
 
adv

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Example sentences
The fact is, the introduction of any alien species is imprudent provided
  special protection is the priority.
If isolated on pig farms, all of this is imprudent but not tragic in as much as
  it seems isolated, faraway from our daily lives.
Imprudent investment always occurs during periods of spectacular growth.
In a global capital market, the reward for good economic policies has
  increased, but so too has the punishment for imprudent ones.
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