[il-foun-did] /ˈɪlˈfaʊn dɪd/
based on weak evidence, illogical reasoning, or the like:
an ill-founded theory.
not founded on true or reliable premises; unsubstantiated: an ill-founded rumour
[il-got-n] /ˈɪlˈgɒt n/ adjective 1. acquired by dishonest, improper, or evil means: ill-gotten gains. adjective 1. obtained dishonestly or illegally (esp in the phrase ill-gotten gains)
- Ill-gotten gains
Benefits obtained in an evil manner or by dishonest means, as in They duped their senile uncle into leaving them a fortune and are now enjoying their ill-gotten gains. [ Mid-1800s ]
noun 1. a disagreeable or surly mood.
Assembly language for the ILLIAC computer. Listed in CACM 2(5):16, (May 1959) p.16.