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Synonyms of 'injudicious'

(adjective) 
Definition
showing poor judgment
Injudicious remarks by bankers were blamed for the devaluation.
Synonyms
unwise
It would be unwise to expect too much.
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foolish
It would be foolish to raise hopes unnecessarily.
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rash
Don't do anything rash until the feelings subside.
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hasty
Let's not be hasty.
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ill-advised
She said his remarks had been ill-advised.
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indiscreet
He is notoriously indiscreet about his private life.
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ill-judged
Critics judged his comments ill-judged and offensive.
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imprudent
an imprudent investment he made many years ago
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incautious
In case you think I was incautious, take a look at the map.
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Opposites

Additional synonyms

in the sense of foolish
Definition
very silly, unwise, or absurd
It would be foolish to raise hopes unnecessarily.
in the sense of hasty
Definition
done too quickly and without thought
Let's not be hasty.
in the sense of ill-advised
Definition
(of a person) acting without reasonable care or thought
She said his remarks had been ill-advised.

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Thesaurus for injudicious from the Collins English Thesaurus
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