Definition of unwisdom in English:

unwisdom

noun

mass noun
  • Folly; lack of wisdom.

    ‘it stresses the unwisdom of fathers leaving their children’
    • ‘One future admiral, in a moment of youthful unwisdom, had a fox-hunt tattooed down his back, with the fox disappearing into its earth.’
    • ‘In his theme for this volume Churchill summarized his interpretation of the war: ‘how the English-speaking peoples through their unwisdom, carelessness, and good nature allowed the wicked to rearm’.’
    • ‘Not only are the potentialities of existing law fully extended, but the irresponsibility or unwisdom of the weaker, or the head-strong, judges are held in.’
    • ‘If you'll review the discussion there, you'll see that beginning efforts at probing some of them were taken up before the conversation was waylaid by various imputations of illegitimacy or unwisdom.’
    • ‘The rest of us will just have to live with the consequences of his unwisdom, 10 or 20 years down the road.’

Origin

Old English unwīsdōm (see un-, wisdom).

Pronunciation

unwisdom

/ʌnˈwɪzdəm/