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injudicious

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adjective in·ju·di·cious \ˌin-jü-ˈdi-shəs\

Simple Definition of injudicious

  • : not having or showing good judgment : not sensible or judicious

Full Definition of injudicious

  1. :  not judicious :  indiscreet, unwise <injudicious outbursts>

in·ju·di·cious·ly adverb
in·ju·di·cious·ness noun

Examples of injudicious

  1. He made several injudicious comments to the press.

  2. <lost a job because of an injudicious comment regarding the boss's toupee>



1649

First Known Use of injudicious

1649



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