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He did not attempt historical painting; and here Sir Joshua contrasts him with Hogarth; who did so injudiciously.
The affair was injudiciously managed, and, before all could be fired, the flames of one alarmed the British in the fort.
He realized that something had been said, that Miss Van Tuyn had perhaps talked injudiciously.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
I sometimes think it were even better and safer not to lie at all than to lie injudiciously.
ALONZO FITZ AND OTHER STORIESMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
While in this state he was very injudiciously informed of a great defeat which his troops had encountered.
But his gift may be abused by some who would get his money if they could, and use it injudiciously, or otherwise than he intends.
QUIET TALKS ON PRAYERS. D. (SAMUEL DICKEY) GORDON
The same writer goes on to say that this vanity should by no means be injudiciously flattered into too large a size.
Bessie warmly approved of marriage for the blind, and was sometimes charged with promoting it injudiciously.
The slaughter of the fur-bearing animals was injudiciously conducted, and led to a great decrease of revenue.
The following is a summary of their report:—That in dividing his party at Menindie, Mr. Burke acted most injudiciously.
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