- injudicious + -ly (Wiktionary)
“He argued that the Department of Justice was "jumping the gun", and that Justice Minister Dullah Omar had acted "injudiciously" by pressing for immediate representivity within the Department of”
“SELL UNIVERSALIS, if taken "injudiciously," and administered with judgment, will kill the aged, and remove the youthful.”
“injudiciously" in reporting the problems at Northern Rock, the committee heard.”
“Let's don't worry about whether he spent $14000 injudiciously.”
“Mr. Orszag injudiciously told the Washington Post's Ezra Klein that the provision represents "the largest yielding of sovereignty from the Congress since the creation of the Federal Reserve.”
“Cable had spoken injudiciously to the reporters, who had pretended to be constituents, about his attempts to block the media tycoon's takeover of BSkyB, of which he already has partial ownership.”
“It shocks me that a person who is capable of acting so injudiciously, who behaves in a manner that is so contrary to the interests of the community that he serves, and who advocates for the interests of organizations that are internationally recognized as terrorist, was appointed to a board entrusted to protect Canadians from the very people he appears to be so sympathetic towards.”
“The subject was injudiciously chosen, and it was treated as might be expected by a youth of twenty, in such times, who regarded only one side of the question.”
“But as the author himself can scarcely be supposed willing to acquiesce in this final cause, if any other can be alleged, he has been led to suspect, that, contrary to what he originally supposed, his subject was injudiciously chosen, in which, and not in his mode of treating it, lay the source of the want of success.”
“There are some works of art, the defects of which are not seen till they are injudiciously placed in too strong a light, and such was the case with”
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