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ill-judged

Syllabification: ill-judged

Definition of ill-judged in English:

adjective

Lacking careful consideration; unwise: an ill-judged decision
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  • Monitoring these very personal choices in order to identify ill-judged or improper conception decisions would be condemned as an unacceptably intrusive abuse of state power.
  • If customers boycott Tesco because of this ill-judged decision, they may well back down.
  • Most academics and most AUT members will oppose this ill-judged decision.

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