unadvisedly


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un·ad·vised

 (ŭn′əd-vīzd′)
adj.
1. Having received no advice; not informed.
2. Carried out without careful deliberation; imprudent.

un′ad·vis′ed·ly (-vī′zĭd-lē) adv.
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Adv.1.unadvisedly - in an unadvised mannerunadvisedly - in an unadvised manner    
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I have unadvisedly led thee to the top of as high a hill as Mr Allworthy's, and how to get thee down without breaking thy neck, I do not well know.
The Portuguese unadvisedly engaged themselves in an enterprise, to march through the whole country, in order to join the Emperor, who was then in the most remote part of his dominions.
To which he made answer, 'Forgive me, Senor Don Quixote; I own I was wrong and spoke unadvisedly in saying that the lady Dulcinea could scarcely come up to the lady Belerma; for it were enough for me to have learned, by what means I know not, that youare her knight, to make me bite my tongue out before I compared her to anything save heaven itself.
Hatfield was a little out of humour just then: you know we're none of us perfect--even Moses spoke unadvisedly with his lips.
She professes to have discovered numberless virtues and perfections in her husband, some of which, I fear, less partial eyes would fail to distinguish, though they sought them carefully with tears; and now that she is accustomed to his loud voice, and abrupt, uncourteous manners, she affirms she finds no difficulty in loving him as a wife should do, and begs I will burn that letter wherein she spoke so unadvisedly against him.
Lanyer creates a community of reading women and calls for unity among them, in part because she sees in women a propensity for division: "All women deserve not to be blamed though some forgetting they are women themselves, and in danger to be condemned by the words of their owne mouthes, fall into so great an errour, as to speake unadvisedly against the rest of their sexe" ("To the Vertuous Reader," 11-15).
Initially, their son-in-law, Gautam, was going to fly all the way out to India and escort them to Sydney, but that was deemed unadvisedly expensive, especially with a baby on the way.
Marriage, it says, "is commended of Saint Paul to be honourable among all men: and therefore is not by any to be enterprised, nor taken in hand, unadvisedly, lightly, or wantonly .
I realize that I have made some mistakes in baseball and that perhaps I have acted too hastily and unadvisedly in some matters, but I have a family depending upon me for support and realize fully that my only chance of earning a competent livelihood is through baseball, and, after settling my differences with the Commission in the early part of the season I have endeavored in every way to conduct myself in a manner strictly within the rules of baseball, and I feel that an injustice is being done me by not permitting me to play with the Washington club, and therefore, appeal to the National Commission so that I may be permitted to again earn my living through my efforts as a baseball player.
White -- A heavy tax on each poll -- Parish fast appointed by the church -- Esquire Beaman displeased that the parish had not a voice in the appointment -- spoke very unadvisedly on ye subject as I thought -- Mr.