injudicious

[in-joo-dish-uhs]
adjective
not judicious; showing lack of judgment; unwise; imprudent; indiscreet: an injudicious decision.

Origin:
1640–50; in-3 + judicious

injudiciously, adverb
injudiciousness, noun
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injudicious (ˌɪndʒʊˈdɪʃəs)
 
adj
not discreet; imprudent
 
inju'diciously
 
adv
 
inju'diciousness
 
n

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injudicious
1640s, from in- "not" + judicious.
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Example sentences
And some companies undermine their overall strategies with injudicious
  outsourcing.
But in both are intermixed several injudicious popular reports.
Equally injudicious would be any interference with the economy of the ship.
He becomes a sly thing of dark suspicions and fatally injudicious moves.
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