Whether wisdom or unwisdom resides in the scheme of benefits set forth in Title II it is not for us to say.
So she left them; but could she have looked back two minutes afterwards she would have perceived the unwisdom of that act.
And if not needed the unwisdom of such an extension can scarcely be questioned.
Thus did I threaten in my unwisdom these poor, innocent children.
The unwisdom of the surrender was afterwards made too apparent.
The unwisdom of touching an Ark of the Covenant, under any circumstances, could not have been more clearly brought home to them.
He had learned the unwisdom of discounting wild men's instincts.
To attempt a detailed description of the place would be unwisdom.
He looked upon the life of unwisdom, and he was able to feel its fascination.
Now, all the bitterness that life and its unwisdom had stored up for him through the swift and reckless years, he tasted.