Definition of imprudent
Origin of imprudent
OTHER WORDS FROM imprudentim·pru·dence, nounim·pru·dent·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH imprudentimprudent , impudent
Words nearby imprudent
How to use imprudent in a sentence
In her memo, Elliott emphasized that the settlement “would not put an end to an ugly chapter in its history stemming from highly imprudent decisions made during the prior mayoral administration.”
I now realize that this discussion was imprudent for many factors, including the age of the students, my demeanor and insensitivity.
Marine One’s crew was saying that bad visibility could make it imprudent to chopper to the cemetery.Did Trump call US war dead “losers” and “suckers”? The controversy, explained.|Alex Ward|September 4, 2020|Vox
It is nevertheless imprudent to fight illegal immigration with laws targeting otherwise law-abiding residents with arrest.
Can there be any doubt that it is imprudent to kill alleged traitors without even bothering to convict them?
The parents were well to do, and in due time forgave the imprudent match.
Bluebeard, you know, had a whole museum of them—as that imprudent little last wife of his found out to her cost.A Selection from the Works of Frederick Locker|Frederick Locker
His life and conduct subsequently was extremely imprudent and reprehensible.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
The cubicula were also defaced, their symmetry injured, and their construction endangered by similar imprudent excavations.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
The story is characteristic of the gallant but imprudent man who played so great a part in Irish history.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell