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Gone were the ugly memories of errant throws to the wrong bases or ill-advised cutoffs.

A political divorce from de Blasio by Clinton would be ill-advised, but a de facto trial separation might be worth considering.

Like many other banks in the state, it ran into trouble making ill-advised real-estate loans during the credit bubble.

The American left is very good at turning ferociously on politicians who start ill-advised wars.

She adds that sleeping with the fangs in is ill-advised, for the same reason.

Naples never recovered such political equilibrium as she had possessed before that ill-advised advance.

They are all written down in the proper places where they may be consulted by the enthusiastic or ill-advised student.

Ill-advised though they may have been, the Englishmen carried with them a charter granted by the British Government.

But a few minutes more of reflection induced the youth to do something hardly less dangerous or ill-advised.

It was an ill-advised measure, as are all similar acts of destruction, unless justified by urgent necessity.

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On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ill-advised, such as: foolhardy, foolish, half-baked, ill-considered, imprudent, and inappropriate.

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