- without advice or counsel; uninformed: a defendant unadvised of her legal rights.
- imprudent; rash; ill-advised: He purchased a business with unadvised haste.
Origin of unadvised
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Examples from the Web for unadvised
Asriel kept Flora unadvised as to the name of the steamer or the date of his arrival.The Imported Bridegroom
The shoemaker was a poor man, and needed his money as soon as earned—he was not unadvised of this fact.Who Are Happiest? and Other Stories
T. S. Arthur
Why were they of the South standing ready, as to their mental posture, for any or every rash and unadvised step?
Young man, thou art too unadvised, said Frederic: dost thou think we are to listen to thy fond transports in this hour of fate?Shorter Novels, Eighteenth Century
Thus, in reality, this unadvised sally of the citizens was the cause of the death of a large number of their countrymen.The Golden Grasshopper
- rash or unwise
- not having received advice
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