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Injudiciousness

noun
1.
Lacking good judgment.  Synonym: indiscreetness.
2.
The trait of being injudicious.  Synonym: indiscretion.






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"Injudiciousness" Quotes from Famous Books



... nothing marks more strongly the high estimate which Cowper formed of Newton's tact and good judgment than the fact that the poet asked his friend to write the preface to his first volume. When he made this request he was fully aware that any injudiciousness, any want of tact, would be fatal to his object. But he applied to Newton expressly because he thought him the only friend who would not betray ...
— The English Church in the Eighteenth Century • Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton



Words linked to "Injudiciousness" :   sagacity, discernment, unwiseness, judiciousness, judgement, foolishness, folly, sagaciousness, indiscretion, judgment, indiscreetness, injudicious



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