injudiciously[ in-joo-dish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF injudiciously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INJUDICIOUSLY
Her money had then been injudiciously invested, and she had been ruined.
It sometimes kills it, particularly if injudiciously watered.
Is it not plain as the nose on your face that his admirers admire him injudiciously?
"That's your doing, Mary," said Mrs. Fenwick, injudiciously.
Unfortunately I injudiciously let drop that my aunt was a fine woman.
The transepts are of earlier date, and have been altered, though not injudiciously.
It is violently depressing and relaxing; producing fainting, and even death, when improperly or injudiciously administered.
I had been injudiciously liberal to the post-boys of the chaise and four.
I've been helping you a little; I flatter myself not injudiciously.
How injudiciously had Maynard prepared the minds of his sisters to admire Adeline.