Origin of ill-advised
SYNONYMS FOR ill-advised
Related formsill-ad·vis·ed·ly [il-uhd-vahy-zid-lee] /ˌɪl ədˈvaɪ zɪd li/, adverb
Examples from the Web for ill-advised
Gone were the ugly memories of errant throws to the wrong bases or ill-advised cutoffs.
A political divorce from de Blasio by Clinton would be ill-advised, but a de facto trial separation might be worth considering.Why New York—and Bill de Blasio—May Haunt Hillary Clinton in a 2016 Campaign|Lloyd Green|June 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She adds that sleeping with the fangs in is ill-advised, for the same reason.Timothy Vafeades, the Vampire Trucker, Shames the Undead|Michael Daly|December 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Marnie makes the ill-advised decision to reunite with Charlie (Christopher Abbott).‘Girls’ Season 3 Trailer Debuts. Is It the Most Relatable Yet?|Kevin Fallon|November 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That was the most ill-advised drink of liquid since Socrates took hemlock.
But there was another thing she had drawn from their ill-advised talk, too.The Girl from Sunset Ranch|Amy Bell Marlowe
These ill-advised attempts were frustrated by the Fifteenth Amendment which made the freedmen voters.The Negro in the South|Booker T. Washington
I had nothing to say to that; it would have been ill-advised for me to play the master so soon.My Neighbor Raymond (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XI)|Charles Paul de Kock
He wanted to run, to scream,—a course that would have been most ill-advised, for the bear might then have given chase.Unexplored!|Allen Chaffee
The effect of this ill-advised news upon Thornton can be better imagined than described.Hubert's Wife|Minnie Mary Lee