foolhardy


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marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences

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And although Garraway is 11-5 favourite to go this weekend, naturally followed by 3-1 Kenny, it would be foolhardy for punters to ignore the fact that both must have huge support outside the SCD studio.
And it would be foolhardy for us not to expect that to happen," Wallace told scientists at a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency conference.
But when the city's lacking so many basic needs, it seems foolhardy to commit to a plan that would create some pockets of watery delight in a sea of dilapidation.
Gastronaut: Adventures in Food for the Romantic, the Foolhardy, and the Brave
In fact, there are many in the industry who will tell you that producing engines like this is either impossible or foolhardy.
Ignoring pop culture is foolhardy with a contemporary audience.
Anyone who believes that we are only experiencing competition that in time will be overcome by superior US ingenuity is not only arrogant, but foolhardy.
It would be foolhardy to say at the end of three years it's over or at the end of five years it's over.
While certainly not impossible (consider, for example, the Tax Reform Act of 1986), it seems risky if not foolhardy to embark on a tax reform crusade in an election year.
It would appear that Simon was a somewhat foolhardy young man and early on in his sailing career was 'lost at sea' between Maputo (Lourenco Marques) and Durban.
The more pertinent lesson might simply be that it is foolhardy to attempt ever to be definitive about another human being within the pages of a book.
There you will find Teddy Roosevelt, president, police commissioner, muscular Christian, reformer, trust-buster, Nobel Prize winner, political blunderer, big game hunter, conservationist, founder of the Progressive Party, foolhardy adventurer, a man who never really grew up.
The fact that ex post analysis reveals the last measure of optimism to have been foolhardy is a small price to pay for the elevated pace of growth that risk-takers deliver.
Long before a PGA Tour card became a gold carrot and platinum passport to prosperity, those who aspired to play golf professionally were considered foolhardy souls with an aversion to dirty fingernails and sweaty brows.