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But ill-considered personal choices and the accidents of history always seemed to conspire against Marrero.

But he has not publicly acknowledged until now his thoughts that the initial secrecy surrounding the program was ill-considered.

I write now, however, because in his latest column he has migrated from the merely foolish to the ill-considered and dangerous.

Not at Politwoops, where a horde of ill-considered missives live to see another day.

If true, this proved to be a spectacularly ill-considered decision.

The view of riches which socialists and suchlike people profess to take is entirely ill-considered.

He knew perfectly well what a false move, or an ill-considered word, might mean to him.

The ill-considered acceptance of any and every risk has no part in the essence of persevering courage.

And she said quietly: Say nothing rash, or harsh, or ill-considered.

The annoyance her ill-considered help caused him was also good for David; it too helped him to forget other things.


On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ill-considered, such as: audacious, hasty, ill-advised, imprudent, impulsive, and indiscreet.

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