unadvised (adj.) Old form(s): vnaduis'd, vnaduised
rash, foolhardy, thoughtless, unconsidered
E3 IV.iv.112[Prince Edward to Third Herald, of Philip] the unadvised boy / Hath wronged himself in thus far tend'ring me
KJ II.i.191[Queen Eleanor to Constance] Thou unadvised scold
KJ V.ii.132[Bastard to Lewis the Dauphin, of the French invasion] This harnessed masque and unadvised revel
Luc.1488[Lucrece to herself, of a painting of Troy] Here ... friend to friend gives unadvised wounds
RJ II.ii.118[Juliet to Romeo, of their love] It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden
Tit II.i.38[Demetrius to Chiron] our mother, unadvised, / Gave you a dancing-rapier by your side
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