unwisely


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un·wise

 (ŭn-wīz′)
adj. un·wis·er, un·wis·est
Lacking or exhibiting a lack of wisdom; foolish or imprudent: an unwise decision.

un·wise′ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unwisely - without good sense or judgmentunwisely - without good sense or judgment; "He acted foolishly when he agreed to come"
Translations
بِدون حِكْمَه
nerozumně
oktalanul
óviturlega

unwisely

[ˈʌnˈwaɪzlɪ] ADVimprudentemente

unwisely

[ʌnˈwaɪzli] advimprudemment

unwisely

adv actunklug; rather unwisely the Government agreeddie Regierung hat unklugerweise zugestimmt

unwisely

[ʌnˈwaɪzlɪ] advimprudentemente
she unwisely decided to take the job → ha deciso, poco saggiamente, di accettare il lavoro

unwise

(anˈwaiz) adjective
not wise; foolish. an unwise suggestion; It was rather unwise of you to agree to do that.
unˈwisely adverb
References in classic literature ?
Tyrrel, most unwisely and improperly, sent for Norah, and, repeating the conversation that had taken place, warned her of the reception she might expect from the man who stood toward you in the position of a father, if she accepted an offer of marriage on your part.
Oftenest I have unwisely uttered my wisdom in the ears of sick persons, when the inquietude of fever made them toss about upon my cushion.
And here I have lamely related to you the uneventful chronicle of two foolish children in a flat who most unwisely sacrificed for each other the greatest treasures of their house.
This afternoon, instead of dreaming of Deepden, I was wondering how a man who wished to do right could act so unjustly and unwisely as Charles the First sometimes did; and I thought what a pity it was that, with his integrity and conscientiousness, he could see no farther than the prerogatives of the crown.
It was a novel without a plot and with only one character, being, indeed, simply a psychological study of a certain young Parisian who spent his life trying to realize in the nineteenth century all the passions and modes of thought that belonged to every century except his own, and to sum up, as it were, in himself the various moods through which the world-spirit had ever passed, loving for their mere artificiality those renunciations that men have unwisely called virtue, as much as those natural rebellions that wise men still call sin.
And yet I can't think that I have acted unwisely in employing Mr.
To send all his horses and all his men,' Alice interrupted, rather unwisely.
It is old, and has many memories, and there are bad dreams for those who sleep unwisely.
But Sir Mulberry Hawk and Lord Verisopht were peremptory in their politeness, and leaving Ralph, who seemed to think, not unwisely, that he looked less ridiculous as a mere spectator, than he would have done if he had taken any part in these proceedings, they quitted the house with Mrs Nickleby between them; that good lady in a perfect ecstasy of satisfaction, no less with the attentions shown her by two titled gentlemen, than with the conviction that Kate might now pick and choose, at least between two large fortunes, and most unexceptionable husbands.
Lady Glyde, most unwisely, insisted on sitting up with us.
Theresa May Or if they have, which I doubt, they're not telling us, the voters who unwisely put them there.
It could have the bonus of increasing footfall through the Rushes shopping centre, which has never really prospered since it was unwisely constructed on the site of the previous bus station