acting or done without due consideration; imprudent: an ill-advised remark.

Origin of ill-advised

First recorded in 1585–95
Related formsill-ad·vis·ed·ly [il-uhd-vahy-zid-lee] /ˌɪl ədˈvaɪ zɪd li/, adverb

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acting without reasonable care or thoughtyou would be ill-advised to sell your house now
badly thought out; not or insufficiently consideredan ill-advised plan of action
Derived Formsill-advisedly, adverb
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