poorly thought out
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Two colleagues are talking ...
Colleague 1: Are you sure you have really thought this idea through? You really don't want to present a half-baked idea to the boss.
Colleague 2: I suppose you are right. If my idea is not complete and detailed, I will look a little foolish.
Colleague 1: Perhaps you should take some time to expand your idea a little more and elucidate some of the supporting ideas more fully.
Colleague 2: Good idea.
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: Has Jacob approached you about borrowing money for his newest hair-brained business scheme?
Friend 2: He came to see me yesterday. His enthusiasm is great but trying to borrow money on half baked business schemes never works. He does not even have a business plan.
Friend 1: He really needs to plan much more thoroughly and with far more detail.
There is no gerund form for half-baked.
1) Now, I'm not saying to put a half-baked product out there. I'm just doing the best I can with what I ...
2) ... gather all the facts, and instead insists on spewing out someone else's frequently half-baked ideas are not worthy of the time investment.
3) One last point, giving half-baked “scientific fact” is irresponsible and misleading.
4) How about they try discarding all of the poorly sited stations and their half-baked data. I would like to see what trend that smaller data set would show.
5) ... be OK with the premise that they are starting with what some may consider a half-baked idea -- one that very well may fail as constituted.
6) ... the market is so fragmented, and the offerings still all seem so half-baked, that I'd rather spend my time ...
7) I don't want anyone to take the responsibility for any half-baked notions that are wholly my own.
8) Our plans become half-baked if we dissipate the 'heat' of the creativity that's cooking them.
9) With respect to minority representation, the last thing we need is another half-baked affirmative action scheme.
10) The biggest problem with the debate, I think, is the muddled thinking and half-baked arguments that characterize each side.
11) So I thought this song was about half-baked plans, fuzzy intentions, avoidable disasters all encountered along the way to finding a ...
12) The only thing you manage to do is build a weak case on half-baked assumptions that can't be verified in any way, shape or form.
13) And, in releasing what is essentially a half-baked beta of this in its rush to be free of Google, Apple has also ...
14) In his place is a loopy experimenter apparently willing to throw every half-baked idea he has up on the screen, ...
15) It supports tagging and full text searches, as well as some half-baked "social" features which can be safely ignored.
16) ... surprised the writer didn't attempt it and left his thoughts on the topic as half-baked as he did.
17) There really does need to be a clarion call that Samsung throws out half-baked products and then tells customers to "just deal with it" or "buy ...
18) Ideas that have come to me half-formed and sometimes half-baked have been completed and refined as we have worked on them together.
19) ... is not just unfinished and unpublished; it is full of blemishes, gaps, half-baked ideas that distract us from the best ideas in it.
20) ... you'll be left with endless pages of half-baked sections which you somehow need to pull together later.