Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But this was not the worst; some of them were so ill advised as to condole with Wilkinson.

But when he was so ill advised as to die, confusion of every kind ensued.

Women, and women such as you, are often ill advised and foolishly ambitious.

I am convinced that this scheme is ill advised and dangerous.

I must say, in all justice, that much of this was ill timed and ill advised.

But the Count in this was ill advised when he came with only shield and lance.

Now it is possible that Solomon's implied distinction as to the man's way with a maid was not, after all, so ill advised.

If it had been deliberately planned, it would have been ill advised; but it took him by surprise, and he could not prevent it.

The man who needs to have a gangrened leg cut off would be ill advised to say to his surgeon, 'this disease is very healthy.'

It was an ill advised measure, which drew down upon itself those who are against the Jews and those who are against the Catholics.