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Improvident vs Injudicious - What's the difference?

improvident | injudicious | Related terms |

Improvident is a related term of injudicious.


As adjectives the difference between improvident and injudicious

is that improvident is failing to provide for the future; reckless while injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged.

Injudicious vs Undiscerning - What's the difference?

injudicious | undiscerning | Synonyms |

Injudicious is a synonym of undiscerning.


As adjectives the difference between injudicious and undiscerning

is that injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged while undiscerning is not discerning.

Idiotic vs Injudicious - What's the difference?

idiotic | injudicious | Related terms |

Idiotic is a related term of injudicious.


As adjectives the difference between idiotic and injudicious

is that idiotic is pertaining to or resembling an idiot; afflicted with idiocy while injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged.

Injudicious vs Hasty - What's the difference?

injudicious | hasty | Synonyms |

Injudicious is a synonym of hasty.


As adjectives the difference between injudicious and hasty

is that injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged while hasty is acting in haste; being too hurried or quick (eg without much thinking about it they made a hasty decision to buy it ).

Injudicious vs Indiscreet - What's the difference?

injudicious | indiscreet | Synonyms |

Injudicious is a synonym of indiscreet.


As adjectives the difference between injudicious and indiscreet

is that injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged while indiscreet is not discreet; wanting in discretion.

Incautious vs Injudicious - What's the difference?

incautious | injudicious | Related terms |

Incautious is a related term of injudicious.


As adjectives the difference between incautious and injudicious

is that incautious is careless, reckless, not exercising proper caution while injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged.

Injudicious vs Insensate - What's the difference?

injudicious | insensate | Related terms |

Injudicious is a related term of insensate.


As adjectives the difference between injudicious and insensate

is that injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged while insensate is having no sensation or consciousness; unconscious; inanimate.

As a noun insensate is

one who is insensate.

As a verb insensate is

(rare) to render insensate; to deprive of sensation or consciousness.

Injudicious vs Inconsiderate - What's the difference?

injudicious | inconsiderate | Synonyms |

Injudicious is a synonym of inconsiderate.


As adjectives the difference between injudicious and inconsiderate

is that injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged while inconsiderate is not considerate of others, thoughtless.

Injudicious vs Ridiculous - What's the difference?

injudicious | ridiculous | Related terms |

Injudicious is a related term of ridiculous.


As adjectives the difference between injudicious and ridiculous

is that injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged while ridiculous is deserving of ridicule; foolish; absurd.

Crazy vs Injudicious - What's the difference?

crazy | injudicious | Related terms |

Crazy is a related term of injudicious.


As adjectives the difference between crazy and injudicious

is that crazy is insane; lunatic; demented while injudicious is showing poor judgement; not well judged.

As an adverb crazy

is (slang) very, extremely.

As a noun crazy

is an insane or eccentric person; a crackpot.

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