Imprudent - definition, pronunciation, transcription
It's politically imprudent to stir up such controversy during an election year.
...a very sweet girl, but so imprudent that no one trusts her with a secret...
It was imprudent of them to speculate on the stock exchange.
The banks made hundreds of imprudent loans in the 1970s.
...the general's imprudent remarks drew on a public rebuke by the secretary of defense...
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