unwisdom

un·wis·dom

 (ŭn-wĭz′dəm)
n.
Lack of wisdom; imprudence or recklessness.

unwisdom

(ʌnˈwɪzdəm)
n
ignorance or lack of wisdom

un•wis•dom

(ʌnˈwɪz dəm)

n.
lack of wisdom; rashness.
[before 900]
Translations

unwisdom

[ˈʌnˈwɪzdəm] Nimprudencia f
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It must needs be a disappointment after Wilhelm Meister, which I had read in English; but I dare say my disappointment was largely my own fault; I had certainly no right to expect such constant proofs and instances of wisdom in Goethe as the unwisdom of his critics had led me to hope for.
His marriage rites Are consummated in the halls of Death: A witness that of ills whate'er befall Mortals' unwisdom is the worst of all.
"Certainly," I answered, "and I hope it may have the result of persuading you of the unwisdom of experimenting with happiness.
An editorial opinion in the South Wales Daily Post - as the South Wales Evening Post was then called - written more than a decade before she died said the way she and women in her position were treated by society "will be regarded by future generations as evidence of our cruelty and unwisdom".
An editorial opinion in the South Wales Daily Post - as the South Wales Evening Post was then called - written more than a decade before she died, said the way she and women in her position were treated by society "will be regarded by future generations as evidence of our cruelty and unwisdom".
It doesn't like at all being told that its dog is long lost in its chosen forest of unwisdom.
When men govern themselves, it is they--and no one else--who must pass judgment upon unwisdom and unfairness and danger.
Kennedy, was "in good spirits all evening, joking about his young wisdom as a campaign manager eight years ago and his unwisdom as a candidate himself," Richard Harwood wrote in The Washington Post.
Materialism has therefore reached unsustainable heights and its fatal attractions have made the individual a customer of mass culture which is synthetic, commercialized and conformist, holding on to superficial values and blatantly trading in the wisdom for unwisdom.
This in turn will no doubt make defence counsel even more circumspect in the advice they give about the wisdom, or unwisdom of the accused's testifying.
153, 194-95 (1978) ("Our individual appraisal of the wisdom or unwisdom of a particular course consciously selected by the Congress is to be put aside in the process of interpreting a statute.