recklessness


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Synonyms for recklessness

foolhardy boldness or disregard of danger

Synonyms for recklessness

the trait of giving little thought to danger

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Such was the tale of his recklessness they spread, that no one on the water-front would go out with Nelson.
Then he answered as though a species of recklessness had seized him.
His voice, and look, and bearing--all expressive of the wildest recklessness and desperation--daunted while they repelled the bystanders.
Or recklessness - or simply ignorance," he retorted.
Solidarity with the extremest form of action is one thing, and silly recklessness is another," he said, with a sort of moody brutality.
Her attire, which indeed, she had wrought for the occasion in prison, and had modelled much after her own fancy, seemed to express the attitude of her spirit, the desperate recklessness of her mood, by its wild and picturesque peculiarity.
His man drove as if he were charging an enemy, and the furious recklessness of the man brought no check into the face, or to the lips, of the master.
Most accidents are caused due to recklessness, overconfidence, high speed and lack of compliance with regulations.
If the Supreme Court upholds the watchdog's perplexing petition and downgrades the charge to recklessness, it may court the indictment of being pro-P-Noy.
Summary: Social media users say father should be jailed for his recklessness
That report came at the end of a day in which the president's tweets about another issue on the Korean peninsula evoked comparisons to the Nixon-era "madman theory" that you can scare an opponent into concessions by cultivating an image of recklessness.
The drivers of vehicles carrying school children should observe all traffic rules as recklessness on their part can endanger the children's lives.
The pursuit of John Paul Jones drew to a close in a moment of sheer recklessness and stupidity when he decided to drive down a footpath and get himself wedged in a railway tunnel.
Appealing for details over the latest incident, Neighbourhood Inspector Kate Wilkinson said yesterday: "The sheer recklessness and stupidity of this incident is clear to see and I dread to think what might have happened to Hannah if the object had hit her windscreen.
negligence, recklessness, and willful misconduct, furrowed eyebrows