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lacking or showing lack of judgment or discretion

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She would even sympathise with me for the trouble I had with the children, and express at times, by half sentences, interspersed with nods and knowing winks, her sense of the injudicious conduct of their mamma in so restricting my power, and neglecting to support me with her authority.
Your daughter is at that age when to set before her an encouragement for young persons to rebel against their parents on this most important point, is particularly injudicious.
Ogg's--having found themselves in a false position, had been led into a course which, to say the least of it, was highly injudicious, and productive of sad pain and disappointment, especially to that sweet young thing, Miss Deane.
My pupil was a lively child, who had been spoilt and indulged, and therefore was sometimes wayward; but as she was committed entirely to my care, and no injudicious interference from any quarter ever thwarted my plans for her improvement, she soon forgot her little freaks, and became obedient and teachable.
It would have been injudicious to produce a biography without Iturbide's memorable photos of a goat-slaughtering ritual in Mexico or her stunning portraits of Mexican natives and landscapes.
It may be that the judiciary has overstepped the mark with injudicious remarks but they also have a point.
It is imprudent and injudicious to allow ineffectual fellows to take up Cabinet and other top positions they are singularly ill-suited for.
Had Pakistan not adopted this imprudent, injudicious and short-sighted decision, Pakistan would have not only been united but also at peace with the ethnic nationalists.
The two activists said that the provincial government's development fund and chief minister's special fund were being utilised in injudicious manner.
No one in the world and the international community gives credit to the immature, injudicious and cheap remarks and conduct of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman," Qassemi said.
The decision was taken after the Bureau received complaints against these public limited companies for not conducing their regular performance audit, alleged involvement in corrupt practices, injudicious use of resources, induction of blue-eyed people in violation of merit and rules and regulations.
It is not clear therefore, how the said journalists intend to obtain information from the Presidency if they regard meeting the Presidency and talking to officials from the Presidency as being injudicious.
As the film's 'surprising and explicating' second half unfolded, we kept shifting from appreciation to deprecation in our reactions-more so when 'Last Night' took a decidedly one-step-beyond and even surreal twist and turn in its imagery and visualizations, with a gaggle of regretful ghosts bemoaning their injudicious, Limbo-like nonexistence.
The President's injudicious statement, which appeared to suggest a moral equivalency between the acts of neo-Nazis and peaceful counter demonstrators, denigrates the dignity of the office and is a violation of public trust.
FAISALABAD -- Injudicious use of inputs, poor techniques, postharvest practices and effects of climate change are affecting crops.