Foolish is another word for unwise it means showing lack of wisdom.
Stupid, simple, unwise.
In honor and memory of Kwai Chang Caine: "You are foolish and unwise Grasshopper; you will not leave until you can take the stones from my hand."
The opposite of the adjective 'wise' is foolish or unwise.
It is often unwise to take shortcuts.
Unwise to rely on these initiatives alone.It would have been intellectually wasteful, and politically unwise, to try to set out in a new direction.This seems very unwise, to say the least.Unwise pricing decision.Unwise to underestimate the amount of work which still lies waiting to be done in northern ireland.And it was perhaps unwise of me to ask if the man had any identification with him - which he promptly produced.Attempts by officials to stop the optimists having a water fight proved unwise, provoking a wet response.Unwise investment.Unwise to generalize on such matters: it is a subject best left to the good sense of trial judges.It would be an extremely unwise minister who ever withheld such information.However, the idea that two teenagers would marry today is now often considered unwise by many people.Unwise choice on fox's part to cancel it.Unwise to assume that these pictures represent real boats.However, it is probably unwise for a casual workstation to bridge fragments of the local domain which have become temporarily isolated.Unwise move, for keeping a greyhound or setter could cost a 40 shilling ( £ 2 ) fine under anti-poaching laws.Unwise to ignore the changes taking place.Very unwise such liberal use, causes skin, liver & circulatory ailments.Unwise thing to do to a songwriter, don't you think?Unwise to attempt to make brushes from spare blocks of carbon.Was caleb rather unwise to follow the lord fully?
It is unwise to challenge the mother bear's protection of her cubs.
The prefix un- can be added to wise to make the word unwise.
It is unwise to take any drug not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
well there could never be a prefix for wise unless you use unwise
There are several antonyms to "wise", they include foolish, ignorant, stupid, unintelligent, unreasonable & unwise
It would be unwise because ANYTHING could of happen to it.
That was an injudicious decision. The injudicious use of the computer caused him to get detention. Injudicious: lack of judgement, unwise.
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In the King James version the word - wise - appears 247 times the word - wisely - appears 14 times the word - wiser - appears 8 times and the word - unwise - appears 4 times
It was really unwise to buy a dress on sale without trying it on because I can't return a sale item.