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ill-advised (comparative more ill-advised, superlative most ill-advised)

  1. Carried out without the benefit of wise counsel or careful deliberation, or carried out with unwise counsel.
    • 2013, Phil McNulty, “Liverpool 1-0 Man Utd”, in BBC Sport:
      Ashley Young's ill-advised attempt to dribble out of danger ended in a corner and when Steven Gerrard's delivery was headed goalwards by Daniel Agger, Sturridge deflected it home from virtually on the line.
  2. (informal) Unwise.

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