What is another word for injudiciously?

42 synonyms found


[ ɪnd͡ʒuːdˈɪʃəsli], [ ɪnd‍ʒuːdˈɪʃəsli], [ ɪ_n_dʒ_uː_d_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_s_l_i]

Injudiciously is an adverb that suggests a lack of wisdom or soundness of judgment. Some synonyms that could be used in place of this word include recklessly, carelessly, and thoughtlessly, all of which indicate a lack of prudence or caution. Other options might include haphazardly, negligently, or imprudently, all of which suggest a failure to consider the potential consequences of one's actions. Precipitately and impulsively might also work well, emphasizing the idea that a decision or choice was made without sufficient thought or consideration. Ultimately, the choice of any one of these synonyms will depend on the specific context and nuances of the sentence in which it is being used.

What are the hypernyms for Injudiciously?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for injudiciously?

Injudiciously means behaving in a manner that lacks wisdom, prudence or sound judgment. The antonyms for injudiciously are wisely, prudently and judiciously. Wisely means acting with good sense and intelligence, whereas prudently refers to being cautious and careful in making decisions. Judiciously means making decisions based on sound judgement, experience and deep thought. Other antonyms for injudiciously include astutely, cautiously, circumspectly, deliberately, discreetly, sensibly, thoughtfully and carefully. These words can be used to describe actions that are well-considered, thoughtful and carefully planned. Using these antonyms in communication can demonstrate intelligence and critical thinking abilities.

What are the antonyms for Injudiciously?

Usage examples for Injudiciously

Like other forms of surprise, the raid, injudiciously employed, may serve only to disclose one's presence, and thus to betray more important future plans.
"Sound Military Decision"
U.s. Naval War College
She found that her submission was entirely thrown away, because, injudiciously indeed, she had appointed to the office of Controller, which was only honorary, the Bishop of Mende.
"Henrietta Maria"
Henrietta Haynes
You seem to be acting very injudiciously."
"Andy Grant's Pluck"
Horatio Alger

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