Related formsin·ju·di·cious·ly, adverbin·ju·di·cious·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for injudicious
The business world provides us with numerous examples of beliefs that are as widespread as they are injudicious, or misinformed.
What will not jealousy, goaded on by officious and injudicious friendship, do?
The offence which the remark has caused is due, no doubt, to injudicious use of the word "hero."The Epic|Lascelles Abercrombie
It would be injudicious to ride again, or to have an injured hunter ridden again, until such an abrasion has healed.The Horsewoman|Alice M. Hayes
At the same time, there is no tree which has suffered so much from injudicious planting among inappropriate surroundings.Trees. A Woodland Notebook|Herbert Maxwell
There was the less need for careful management; the less risk of vexing the public by injudicious approbation.A Book of the Play|Dutton Cook