Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Given to evil courses; having ‘ill parts’; ill-disposed.

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Examples

  • She was greatly tried by interfering advisers, and through ill-given counsel she took steps which caused anxieties to thicken and debts to accumulate.

    Fletcher of Madeley

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