from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Performed, carried out, or done without the benefit of wise counsel or careful prior deliberation.
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- adj. Carried out without the benefit of wise counsel or careful deliberation, or carried out with unwise counsel
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resulting from bad advice; injudicious; tending to erroneous or injurious consequences: as, an ill-advised proceeding.
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- adj. without careful prior deliberation or counsel
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In a statement Mr Wright said his position had become "untenable" after what he described as an "ill-advised and untimely" decision by Michael McGimpsey.
Up to 13.5 million viewers watched TF1's Sunday news show, the biggest audience since 2005 for a French news broadcast, to see the former presidential hopeful voice "infinite" regret over a liaison he called ill-advised but consensual.
He called the idea "ill-advised" and said he expects to start and play most every down if he is cleared.
Mark Sanchez , who had two interceptions and was sacked five times, called an ill-advised timeout that led to a Patriots touchdown just before halftime.
A shift to a nation based on extraconstitutional authority is prohibited, as well as ill-advised.
The association called the law barring multiple marriages “archaic and over-vague,” and said the prosecutions were “ill-advised.”
Galactica: 1980 – This ill-advised attempt to restart the Battlestar Galactica franchise came about when ABC execs suddenly changed their minds about cancelling the original series.
Arizona basically gave away the store in better times by handing out an inflation-adjusted $2.9 billion in ill-advised tax cuts over some 15 years unaccompanied by spending cuts.
Along with the ill-advised smoking, drinking, and pill-popping, the teens on "Skins" also steal, drive under the influence, get involved in drug deals, and generally skirt death.
Nyjer Morgan led off the inning with a bunt single which was actually misplayed by Capuano, who made an ill-advised attempt to swipe at Morgan with his glove, rather than make the safer play and throw to first, but Morgan was wiped out on a double play grounder from Ian Desmond.