Definition of injudicious in English:

injudicious

Line breaks: in|ju¦di¦cious
Pronunciation: /ɪndʒʊˈdɪʃəs
 
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adjective

Derivatives

injudiciously

adverb
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  • However, when used injudiciously on animation, it wipes out portions of the image that should be retained.
  • Two such academics were so upset by the broadcast they injudiciously let the cat out of the bag completely.
  • Maybe it is time that Taiwan's intellectuals step forward and launch another newspaper boycott - as was the case 10 years ago when the United Daily News injudiciously printed stories that appeared to be designed to stir up fear in Taiwan.

injudiciousness

noun
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  • Faith is the very antithesis of reason, injudiciousness a crucial component of spiritual devotion.
  • We have heard time and time again about the injudiciousness of such a move in the present climate in New Zealand.
  • The end result of such injudiciousness is frequently an underweight or overweight mother and/or baby.

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