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ill-considered

Syllabification: ill-con·sid·ered

Definition of ill-considered in English:

adjective

Badly thought out: an ill-considered remark
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  • We stamp all over the planet, meting out instant, severe punishment on the basis of hasty, ill-considered judgement, with the most appalling and devastating of consequences.
  • But this time it seemed too early, too rash, too ill-considered.
  • Any rash or ill-considered decision can have repercussions for the stability of this country.

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