injudicious[ in-joo-dish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF injudicious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INJUDICIOUS
This is true only of injudicious and indiscriminate generosity.
But it is injudicious, and also tiresome, to tell everything.
An injudicious remark might break the thread of his thoughts.
Governor Tod is damaging the old regiments by injudicious promotions.
The failures are doubtless to be ascribed to the injudicious manner in which it has been applied.
The fact is, my sister is not treacherous, but she is injudicious.
Where argument fails, misrepresentations and sneers may do service with the injudicious.
There, however, he was in no danger of betraying this, and indeed it would have been injudicious to admit it.
The second man, who saw that his companion had been injudicious, hastily broke in.
Most injudicious to display your ignorance before a person whom you have to command.