ill-advised


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without careful prior deliberation or counsel

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The ill-advised individual who might happen, through an oversight of the porter, to enter Madame Rabourdin's establishment about eleven o'clock in the morning would have found her in the midst of a disorder the reverse of picturesque, wrapped in a dressing-gown, her hair ill-dressed, and her feet in old slippers, attending to the lamps, arranging the flowers, or cooking in haste an extremely unpoetic breakfast.
He did so, on the round table by the window, but it was an ill-advised proceeding; for, the top of it being loose, it tilted up, and precipitated the despatch-case on the floor.
Hindi pa kasama yung mga luma, kasi lahat ay covered by that ill-advised plate replacement program,' Poe pointed out.
ISLAMABAD:Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) Central Information Secretary Dr Nafisa Shah has expressed grave concern over what she said was the ill-advised and discriminatory promotion policy of the National Bank of Pakistan, which has led to an organisational chaos within the bank.
In this backdrop, if the US Congress still harbors suspicion and frames charges against the Kingdom to drag it in 9/11 involvement, then it is a very shameless and ill-advised resolution.
Today, in parts of eastern Ukraine, pro-Russian separatists are holding an ill-advised and ill-timed plebiscite on whether the ethnically Russian area should once again rejoin the motherland.
Dion Phaneuf's ill-advised pinch at Boston's blue-line led to the Bruins' winning goal in Game 4 and his jousting with Milan Lucic cued the Toronto Maple Leafs' meltdown in a Game 7 overtime loss on Monday night, says Don Cherry.
London, December 3 ( ANI ): English author Jilly Cooper has said that Pippa Middleton was ill-advised with her debut book 'Celebrate'.
DAVE WHELAN'S ill-advised comments on Premier League racism, in which he advised black players to "just get on with it" if abused, weren't his only bizarre utterance of the weekend.
It was ill-advised not to have the public awareness campaign on seasonal flu jab uptake that we usually have, because we knew that the public and healthcare professionals were likely to become complacent after last year's swine flu pandemic wasn't the serious attack on the country that we thought it could be.
As we said here, Adding Mark Cuban to Bidding Group for Texas Rangers Ill-Advised (http://bizofbaseball.
Along with the three banks, he is expected to cite 17 companies that made USD1bn of so-called ill-advised payments.
Punting low We Have A Dream sliding down the camber away from the favoured near rail at Epsom (under an ill-advised right-hand drive) to let the aged Idle Power mug him on the line Wordsmith of the week John Oxx for his description of Sea The Stars as "a landmark horse".
Of course Ashley was wrong in what he did, and in compounding the assault by lies was, to say the least, ill-advised.
I think he would be ill-advised to do that," Biden said in an interview with CNN, when asked about possible Israeli strikes on Iranian nuclear sites.