imprudently imprudently  /ɪm ˈpru dənt li/


  • (adv) in an imprudent manner


  1. For the moment, Britons' ire is directed outward: at Iceland's hubris in allowing its banks to expand imprudently.
  2. The matter of style is obvious: he talks too much, and often imprudently.
  3. Gray and others, though, are concerned that some savings institutions have imprudently sold the loans to people who can ill afford them.


  • GEORGE WILL: Egypt's military offers preferable tyranny

    Having won just 52 percent of the vote, Morsi pursued his objective — putting Egypt irrevocably on a path away from secular politics and social modernity — noisily and imprudently.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: The San Angelo Standard-Times


  • "The thing that concerns me about the Clinton campaign is they continue to spend money imprudently. You saw that in Iowa with the helicopter tours, the snow shovels," said Dave Nagle, a former Iowa congressman and former chair of the Iowa...
    on Mar 31, 2008 By: David R. Nagle Source: Quad City Times

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