from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Not strategic.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

un- +‎ strategic


  • He told journalists it would be 'unstrategic' to go to war with 15 heads of state but dismissed speculation that he would join Mugabe in forming a government that excluded Tsvangirai.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • This story, I suspect strongly, is being repeated up and down the UK as NHS trusts and local authorities search for rapid, unstrategic short term cuts.

    Cuts: charities take a hit from the public sector bad guys

  • The T-P says that Nagin might have made a bad, unstrategic "management decision" regarding the city layoffs that Katrina "forced".

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Instead of letting unstrategic actors like Rahm Emanuel negotiate away the public option with fake Republic "moderate" Olympia Snowe, why not barnstorm across her home state of Maine -- a state Obama won 58% to 40% -- demanding she vote for a public option that her constituents support?

    Adam Green: President Obama: It's Time To Step Up

  • This woman the unstrategic culprit must have felt with a passion that something needs to be done about Botswana's literature, even if it means being somehow inappropriate with a stranger on the phone; sad as it sounds,it's a serious is a serious issue to the literature produced in Botswana.

    I'm White , damn it- get over it!

  • The new CEO should be fired with his unstrategic thinking, because right NOW is the time to get something out and fast.

    More details on Motorola’s Android efforts emerge « Boy Genius Report

  • So that, naturally enough, since succeeding to the agricultural calling, and up to his present age of thirty-two, he had neither advanced nor receded as a capitalist — a stationary result which did not agitate one of his unambitious, unstrategic nature, since he had all that he desired.

    Wessex Tales

  • I might be said to occupy a very unstrategic position.

    Vailima Letters

  • The basis of the opposition to Kyoto is simply reactionary politics and corporate greed, combined with an unstrategic worldview perhaps summed up best by Jim Morrison: "I'm going to get my kicks before the whole shithouse goes up in flames."


  • Against the background of an unstrategic and poorly governed and inefficient public asset portfolio, the need to restructure state assets is recognised in the GEAR strategy.

    Discussion Documents for Commissions


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.