Courtiers are hoping he doesn't blow it with an ill-judged blow-out.
Thousands of families were ruined by that ill-judged measure.
Because of their ill-judged moulting they are quite featherless.
In a moment of ill-judged enthusiasm, and fired by the thrill of a superlative brassie-shot, he went all out for his third.
Most ill-judged, I must say, to have children here just now; who did you say they were, John?
He had escaped—and by the intensity of his gratitude he realised how ill-judged had been his action in playing around it.
You have in truth beaten me right honestly—for mine was an ill-judged shot.
The ill-judged manner in which this dignity was conferred is so characteristic that it merits mention.
It was too late to stay there; off we flung; it was ill-judged to have stayed as long as we did.
Judicious persons will think all the less of us because of the ill-judged praises of our silly friends.