(adj.) = unwise ; rash ; injudicious ; reckless ; ill-judged ; foolhardy ; indiscreet ; imprudent. Ex: It may appear, at first sight, unwise to establish standards for encypherment as any publication of methods is likely to assist the intruder. Ex: And some way down the list of benefits was a rash promise to 'slash the red tape that hinders our trade with Europe -- and thereby safeguard the 2 1/2 million jobs involved'. Ex: The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious. Ex: A team of researchers have conducted a study with the paradoxical result -- the more mature the teenager's brain, the more reckless they become. Ex: The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move. Ex: There is nothing wrong with killing enemy soldiers that are attacking you and it would seem foolhardy just to let them escape. Ex: Palma, described by many as an indiscreet braggart, told people at the gun range that the group was preparing for clandestine trips to Cuba. Ex: One particularly complex situation clouded my judgment and led me to imprudent decisions with harmful consequences. ---- * ser imprudente = be reckless.