What are the opposite words for well-advised?

Well-advised is a term used to refer to the state of being informed, knowing the right thing to do or say, having considered the potential consequences of one's actions or words. Antonyms for well-advised are unwise, reckless, thoughtless, inconsiderate, ill-conceived, ill-advised, foolish, imprudent, or misguided. Being unwise means lacking good judgement or making bad decisions, while being reckless means acting without thinking, showing no concern for the consequences of one's actions. Thoughtlessness and inconsiderateness refer to an indifferent attitude towards the consequences of what one does or says. Moreover, being misguided means acting based on wrong or false assumptions or intuition, while being imprudent means acting without considering potential negative outcomes.

Antonym of the day

leading the way
abandon, follow, misguide.