from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having received no advice; not informed.
- adjective Carried out without careful deliberation; imprudent.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Not prudent; not discreet; indiscreet.
- Done without due consideration; rash; ill-advised.
- Not advised; not having received advice or advices.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not prudent; not discreet; ill advised.
- adjective Done without due consideration; wanton; rash; inconsiderate.
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- adjective Not
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective without careful prior deliberation or counsel
- adjective having received no information
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Two years later he was charged by Charles's commissioners with seditious words, and apologized for certain "unadvised" expressions; but the committee of
Single-handed, unadvised, in the teeth of the laughter of Guvutu and of the competition of men like Morgan and Raff, she had gone into the adventure and brought it through to success.
If he were left alone an unadvised, he might decide to be a martyr.
MICHAEL MORRIS, BUSINESS PROFESSOR: In their effort to be entertaining are unwittingly conveying some meanings to people that could lead those people to make unadvised investment decisions.
The compassionating, yet judicious Lady Isabella, willing to shorten the sufferings she pitied, made yet another effort to prevent this unadvised return, by proposing they should both sleep this night at
Because the small unadvised investor is historically wrong.
Lord O'Lerney soon joined them; and after thanking Camilla for granting, and his Ambassadress for obtaining him an audience, said; 'I have been eager for the honour of a conference with Miss Tyrold, in the hope of somewhat alleviating the fears for the future, that may naturally join with displeasure for the present, from the very unadvised step of this morning.
Origen himself, whose unadvised speculations were charged with the guilt of Arianism, and who employed terms like "the second God," concerning the Logos, which were never adopted by the Church -- this very Origen taught the eternal Sonship of the Word, and was not a Semi-Arian
However, it could have been rigged up with a tripod and timer or clicker, or by carefully holding the bowl in one hand and taking a picture with the other but this is highly unadvised even though I do it all of the time as one is just begging for the camera to face-plant in the chocolate sauce.
Gibeonite; he stands for the intellectual faculties, a cool head and whatever serves to keep it cool; no unadvised industry, no unrewarded self-devotion, no loss of the brains in toil.