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

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You think it was ill advised, to undertake to move trains at the time?
But the Count in this was ill advised when he came with only shield and lance.
FOUR ARTHURIAN ROMANCESCHRETIEN DETROYES
But when he was so ill advised as to die, confusion of every kind ensued.
But I, sorry to see the City so ill advised as to complain in a thing where their proofs were so weak.
Lees may have been obstinate and ill advised but there was no doubt that he was acting entirely within his rights.
This shows that the movement was ordered, but the Insurgents promptly realized that it was ill advised.
“I fear me you were ill advised to throw in your lot with mine, Roger,” was all that Walter could find to say.
THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY
Critics say that this act was ill advised, and that the cavalry should not have been despatched without the support of infantry.
BLUE LIGHTSR.M. BALLANTYNE
The influence of Rome is incalculable; it was ill advised to break with that power; it gives the advantage to her.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
Payne, pursued by messengers and warrants, was so ill advised as to take refuge in Scotland.