injudiciously injudiciously


  • (adv) in an injudicious manner


  1. The heroine injudiciously sits in it just before getting married.
  2. Meanwhile remember that more than one promising career has been nipped in the bud by a petit four injudiciously dropped on the wrong dress.
  3. While he likes to talk and often does so injudiciously, Lee is a shrewd politician consciously engaged in a high-risk game of chicken with China.


  • Ruben Navarrette: The wrong debate on immigration

    Justice Sonia Sotomayor has injudiciously reignited the conversation over words used in the immigration debate just when the prospects for immigration reform in Congress are holding on by a thread.
    on February 16, 2014     Source: Ventura County Star


  • Lacson added: "If we injudiciously exonerate or pin the blame on anybody without exhausting all legal means to get to the bottom of this controversy, then we only have ourselves to blame if we are branded as accomplices or subservient to the corrupt...
    on Feb 16, 2009 By: Panfilo Lacson Source: Business Mirror

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