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ill-thought-out Line breaks: ill-thought-out

Definition of ill-thought-out in English:

adjective

Not carefully considered and planned: a hasty and ill-thought-out campaign
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  • At the same time he defended the industry against ill-thought-out government regulation.
  • To borrow expensively to fund ill-thought-out acquisitions is, for example, likely to erode shareholder value.
  • Over the past several years, those in the fisheries have struggled to stay afloat in the face of ill-thought-out government policies.

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