injudiciousness


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Related to injudiciousness: inconvenient, undeterred, lankier, scrutinised, broke down
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Synonyms for injudiciousness

the trait of being injudicious

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An interest pamphleteer could select the elements of this context that they wished to emphasize and assemble them into a case for the probity or injudiciousness of the war.
Locals of the area have demanded from high officials for strict action against the such injudiciousness otherwise people won't pay their bills and besiege houses of the concerned officials.
This was the trust of the Israeli argument, which attempted to reduce a persistent policy predicated on collective punishment one that used controversial and outright illegal weapons against civilians to the injudiciousness of individual soldiers.
This was the trust of the Israeli argument, which attempted to reduce a persistent policy predicated on collective punishment -- one that used controversial and outright illegal weapons against civilians -- to the injudiciousness of individual soldiers.
As an example of the injudiciousness of rulers, Hythloday recounts to Peter Giles and Thomas More--here, as dramatis personae of his own novel--a conversation with the archbishop of Canterbury and one of the king's counselors.
Indeed, even his affirmation of the importance of injudiciousness is a model of judiciousness.