- injudicious; unwise.
Origin of ill-judged
First recorded in 1710–20
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Examples from the Web for ill-judged
Courtiers are hoping he doesn't blow it with an ill-judged blow-out.Can Harry Shed the Playboy Prince Tag?
March 2, 2012
Because of their ill-judged moulting they are quite featherless.The Mutiny of the Elsinore
Most ill-judged, I must say, to have children here just now; who did you say they were, John?Margaret Montfort
Laura E. Richards
The sneer at the godly man for his imperfections is ill-judged.Natural Law in the Spiritual World
I must say I consider that rather thoughtless and ill-judged.Susan
Thousands of families were ruined by that ill-judged measure.An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans
Lydia Maria Child
- rash; ill-advised