Definition of imprudently in English:

imprudently

adverb

  • See imprudent

    • ‘The king imprudently left behind him an open letter denouncing much of the work of the Revolution.’
    • ‘Beneficiaries should not be able to raid their accounts imprudently - for consumption, housing, or even emergency health reasons.’
    • ‘The Democrats criticize the administration for acting imprudently and through malfeasance.’
    • ‘I was a very young man, not much older than you are currently, and as you must know, young men tend to act imprudently.’
    • ‘By extension, reps who would offer such investments can be viewed as acting imprudently or even unethically.’

Pronunciation

imprudently

/ɪmˈpruːd(ə)ntli/