1. not given careful consideration
    an ill-judged attempt
    ill-considered actions often result in disaster
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How To Use ill-considered In A Sentence

  • The Monitor Group, a consulting firm based in Cambridge, Mass., said in a statement earlier in the day that it had provided "research support" for the dissertation, a step it described as "ill-considered. London School of Economics head resigns over school's Libyan ties
  • The strain on one's system of two consecutive days of heavy drinking caused by rhetorical and nonsensical talking points from those who could care less about things like consumers, competition, lower prices and innovation would make the drinking seem ill-considered. Art Brodsky: The Coming GOP War On the Open Internet -- Not a Drinking Game
  • Certainly, if grammar collapses and language unravels into a tangle of meaningless, ill-considered phrases, we will have lost something that should be treasured.
  • Its decision to reintroduce free entry to the art gallery, reversing the ill-considered entrance fee, was a positive gesture of intent.
  • There was never an ill-considered remark made by either of them.
  • Any rash or ill-considered decision can have repercussions for the stability of this country.
  • Perhaps Brandis's ill-considered invocation of the rise of Nazism will have a salutary effect after all, if it spurs his intended targets among the Greens to study this background further.
  • If that wasn't enough, there were Doug Ford's ill-considered remarks about Waterfront Toronto, which he described as a "boondoggle. - Home Page
  • ‘Good ideas’ that are ill-considered tend to get people killed in this line of work, and Clark knows at least that much.
  • Anecdotal evidence suggests that managers are increasingly spending time repairing social relations damaged by hasty, ill-considered and intemperate electronic communications.
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