The Royalist discusses Harry's ill-advised musings on the similarities between war and Playstation.
Miliband D. would be ill-advised to ignore the trust deficit he has stacked against him.
That was the most ill-advised drink of liquid since Socrates took hemlock.
Instead, an ill-advised, uncharacteristic around-the-back dribble led to a steal and a Mario Chalmers three.
In the years since he has proved a model modern king, though the ill-advised hunting trip was not his only recent faux pas.
These ill-advised attempts were frustrated by the Fifteenth Amendment which made the freedmen voters.
And if you're so ill-advised as to bring an action for breach, you jolly well can.
The effect of this ill-advised news upon Thornton can be better imagined than described.
Yes, he is an ill-advised fellow, and if the doctors are wise, they will do what I say.
It must have happened between his desertion of his lawful wife, Dave's Aunt M'riar, and his ill-advised attempt at burglary.