impetuously


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in an impulsive or impetuous way

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Immediately flying to the bell, and calling for mulled wine as impetuously as if it had been wanted for instant use in the recovery of some person apparently drowned, the single gentleman made Kit's mother swallow a bumper of it at such a high temperature that the tears ran down her face, and then hustled her off to the chaise again, where--not impossibly from the effects of this agreeable sedative--she soon became insensible to his restlessness, and fell fast asleep.
They were all unusually hungry, having waited nearly an hour, and for a minute no one spoke, only a minute, for Jo exclaimed impetuously, "I'm so glad you came before we began
cried Ahab, impetuously, and tossing about the oars near him -- Stand by to lower
In mid-January, the Modi regime's attempt to stare down China on a border dispute involving Bhutan and China ended in a major embarrassment for the country when China began building a huge military complex in Doklam, close to the site where Indian troops had been despatched rather impetuously to stop the construction of a road in July 2017.
Frankly, another concern about a Trump-Kim summit is that our president will impetuously agree to some hare-brained scheme to get a deal.
I had said that since the latter's decision-making was impetuously over-centralized and inflexible, Mr.
These women recognize that they excelled as snipers, commanders, and medics in combat, who impetuously rushed in to protect and rescue men when male soldiers did not dare.
Just the month prior to this writing I impetuously bought another--a 5-1/2-inch .
Job done, the pair fall for one other and impetuously marry, moving to London and having a child.
There was a proper time to risk your life, not so impetuously and mindless of consequences.
In fact, says Walter, it was his most intense period of creativity since he impetuously flew home to New Jersey from Seattle as a 19-year-old to surprise the then love of his life.
Berahino's 54th-minute winner against Sunderland was his third goal since he impetuously vowed to never again play for Albion after chairman Jeremy Peace blocked his transfer to Tottenham.
In 1935, while playing for Springfield in the III league, he impetuously jumped over to the left batter's box, during batting practice.
Impetuously, he scrapped the Permanent Forces' mobilization plans, choosing to mobilize through the militia, sort of, until he quickly countermanded his own order.