I wondered if stripping with two strange men in a strange apartment was unwise.
Americans are paying now for unwise admissions in the 1970s and 1980s.
National Review's editors endorse the sequester as an "unwise" idea whose time has come.
But it is unwise to say so publicly or too starkly in private.
In that regard, she exquisitely represents her generation, which largely consists of unwise men and women.
And the time-servers are unwise, both intellectually and morally.
He may think it unwise to be detailed in self-justification.
The discontent was really social, the result of unwise laws, and wrong conceptions of political economy.
“Belike, belike; I am unwise to think upon it,” he said, in a low voice.
It would be unwise to overlook this in any attempt to reach something less tangible.