The rector had injudiciously acquainted his clerk with the reason of his approaching absence, and this was the result.
Her money had then been injudiciously invested, and she had been ruined.
The slaughter of the fur-bearing animals was injudiciously conducted, and led to a great decrease of revenue.
Is it not plain as the nose on your face that his admirers admire him injudiciously?
One cannot but suspect that Mr. Eliot injudiciously crowded too much into one address.
The transepts are of earlier date, and have been altered, though not injudiciously.
Wazīr Alī was removed from Lucknow, but injudiciously allowed to reside at Benares.
It is violently depressing and relaxing; producing fainting, and even death, when improperly or injudiciously administered.
But his gift may be abused by some who would get his money if they could, and use it injudiciously, or otherwise than he intends.
How injudiciously had Maynard prepared the minds of his sisters to admire Adeline.