Example sentences for: ill-advised

How can you use “ill-advised” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But this seems ill-advised.

  • Leaving aside the question of how it is that anything about the motorcycle design or manufacture could have been nearly as implicated as the father's ill-advised decision to put the four-year-old on a motorcycle, it should be noted that that $1.

  • In general, the accuracy and scalability of gene-prediction and similarity-search programs is such that computing on 20 million base (Mb) chromosome arms is ill-advised, and we therefore cut the finished genomic sequence into smaller segments.

  • Plant leaves and other plant parts including peppers were then rubbed into the wounds on the noses of the dogs [ 20 ] . This was done on the assumption that the power of scent in dogs was improved by these practices since the nasal mucous membranes were cleaned, the perceptions were sharpened, and the dog would keep its nose to the ground when hunting [ 20 21 ] . There seemed to be a mental connection of success in acquisition of game with pain previously inflicted on the hunter and his dog [ 20 ] . The nervous system of the dogs was irritated to such an extent that it was responsive to even the slightest external stimulus and therefore more likely to be successful in hunting [ 21 ] . There was also the belief that inflicting pain was a means of preparing to meet without flinching any pain or danger that could arise during the chase [ 20 ] . This preparation was not ill-advised since Lachesis muta muta often lives in the burrows of lappe and tatou [ 22 ] . Each hunting dog was trained to hunt one sort of game [ 20 ] .

  • Most bicycles are now sold to adults, all too often wearing ill-advised spandex pants.


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