Example sentences for: ill-considered

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

  • A flame is not distinguished by its being ill-considered: a flame is usually insulting or provocative (in the sense of causing irritation); it can also be simply persisting incessantly and rabidly on a topic others find uninteresting (or past the point of interest).

  • However--and you may choose to call me a smug foreigner who is also sensitive to "smugness" on the part of the superpower--I thought it self-congratulatory, ill-considered, and decidedly anecdotal.

  • But the reality is that job cuts have more to do with an ill-considered definition of the bottom line than with placating Wall Street.

  • In William Greider's long book on the Federal Reserve, Secrets of the Temple (a fascinating book but, in retrospect, a remarkably ill-considered indictment of inflation-fighting), there's not much mention of the conversion of the Federal Reserve into a bully pulpit.

  • They are, though, very useful ways of fomenting ill-considered controversies.


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