Etymology
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injudicious (adj.)

1640s, "incapable of judging aright, wanting good judgment," from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + judicious. Meaning "ill-advised" is from 1711. In the older sense the earlier English word was injudicial (c. 1600). Related: Injudiciously; injudiciousness.

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Definitions of injudicious

injudicious (adj.)
lacking or showing lack of judgment or discretion; unwise;
the result of an injudicious decision
an injudicious measure
From wordnet.princeton.edu