Synonyms & Antonyms : Imprudent





Imprudent



( Adjective )


Is it not
imprudent of you to marry when your salary is very low?

Synonyms:

Careless

Fool hardy

Foolish

Headless

Ill-advised

Ill-considered

Ill-judged

Improvident

Irresponsible

Rash

Reckless

Contextual Examples:

If you want to do well in your class you should not be
careless in your studies.

It was
foolhardy of him to go swimming alone.

Deepak is not serious in his job. He is a
headless man.

He was
ill-advised to tell his manager that he is not the responsible man for the damages.

It was
irresponsible of you to leave the door unlocked.

It would be
rash of them to make up their minds before they have heard all the evidence.



Antonyms :

Careful

Cautions

Considerate

Discreet

Judicious

Polite

Provident

Prudent

Responsible

Wise

Contextual Examples:

Be
careful of the dog, it sometimes bites the people.

It was
considerate of you not to play the piano while I was asleep.

I should make a few
discreet inquiries about the firm before you sign anything.

When the fight began he thought it
polite to leave.

Some farmers had been
provident in the good years but others were ruined by the bad harvests.




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