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ill–advised

adjective ill–ad·vised \ˌil-əd-ˈvīzd\

: not wise or sensible

Full Definition of ILL-ADVISED

:  resulting from or showing lack of wise and sufficient counsel or deliberation <an ill–advised decision>
ill–ad·vis·ed·ly \-ˈvī-zəd-lē\ adverb

First Known Use of ILL-ADVISED

circa 1593

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