Definitions

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  • adjective dated Injudicious.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ judicious

Examples

  • Maybe the editor of the Barnes piece did some unjudicious editing?

    SF Tidbits Part LV

  • Valiant indeed, and prosperous to win a field; but to know the end and reason of winning, unjudicious and unwise: in good or bad success, alike unteachable.

    Harvard Classics Volume 28 Essays English and American

  • Valiant indeed, and prosperous to win a field; but to know the end and reason of winning, unjudicious and unwise: in good or bad success, alike unteachable.

    John Milton (1859)

  • Francis Mangan had married his wife for the entirely unjudicious reason that her beauty had mastered his common sense.

    Mount Music

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