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:

  • flame an ill-considered, insulting e-mail or Usenet retort.

  • Partly because of our ability to spend without worrying about our childrens' education; partly because some advertising is aspirational, so that you push products that people will want to buy when they can afford to; and partly because of ill-considered assumptions about brand loyalty, in particular the idea that if you hook me on a particular kind of car or suit or beer at 25, you'll have me for life.

  • Flames are not any more ill-considered than all the rest of human communication, unless you are of a particularly pacifist philosophy that deems all acrimony ill considered.

  • The Indians, however, resented his refusal to consult them, and rioted over an ill-considered partition of Bengal.

  • 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).


How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search

Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...
Quantcast