ill-judged

[il-juhjd]
adjective
injudicious; unwise.

Origin:
1710–20

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ill-judged
 
adj
rash; ill-advised

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Example sentences
If it seems indirectly to condone imposture, it is certainly ill-judged.
In effect these were personal bets, now looking ill-judged, on the convergence of the forint with the euro.
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