The business world provides us with numerous examples of beliefs that are as widespread as they are injudicious, or misinformed.
The fondness of Charles for Monmouth was, to say the least of it, extravagant and injudicious.
Where argument fails, misrepresentations and sneers may do service with the injudicious.
The rôle fitted him very well, for he is the dourest politician in Yugoslavia—a perfectly honest, upright, injudicious patriot.
There, however, he was in no danger of betraying this, and indeed it would have been injudicious to admit it.
Besides, threatening me is injudicious, for it rouses a spirit of resistance in me not easy to break down.
The second man, who saw that his companion had been injudicious, hastily broke in.
They shall have power to equalize any injudicious assessment then made on complaint of the person aggrieved.
Most injudicious to display your ignorance before a person whom you have to command.
The arrangements for the visit were also injudicious, to say the least.