impetuous


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Synonyms for impetuous

Synonyms for impetuous

characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation

marked by violent force

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Therefore Julius with his impetuous action accomplished what no other pontiff with simple human wisdom could have done; for if he had waited in Rome until he could get away, with his plans arranged and everything fixed, as any other pontiff would have done, he would never have succeeded.
With these stupendous sights were combined the rushing blasts caused by the rarefied air, which roared and howled through the narrow glens, and whirled forth the smoke and flames in impetuous wreaths.
He was restless, fearless, but of impetuous and sometimes ungovernable temper.
You were not right, not quite in the right, you were impetuous..."
And the coming of Anne -- the vivid, imaginative, impetuous child with her heart of love, and her world of fancy, bringing with her color and warmth and radiance, until the wilderness of existence had blossomed like the rose.
He is a young man of an impetuous temper and of little or no experience; and I saw no reason why such a hero should be lifted out of nature.
I glanced at the first page; it seemed full of extravagant protestations of affection; impetuous longings for a speedy reunion - and impious defiance of God's mandates, and railings against His providence for having cast their lot asunder, and doomed them both to the hateful bondage of alliance with those they could not love.
India must understand that any callous, impetuous or irrational step will exacerbate the already intensified situation and will be an impediment to peace in the region.
When the paranormal investigators leave their young daughter in the care of her high-school babysitter and her impetuous best friend, Annabelle unleashes various demonic spirits such as a hellhound, a haunted wedding dress and a samurai warrior, who stagger about infirm of purpose.
In Series 2, DI Vivienne Deering (played by Joanna Scanlan) returns to work after bereavement leave for her husband's death, but her impetuous subordinate DC Dinah Kowalska (played by Elaine Cassidy) know the cruel truth of what really happened.
A recent Op-Ed in The New York Times by an anonymous administration official accused the president of impetuous, reckless rants, and Trump responded with impetuous, reckless rants ("Treason?").
Koeman, who bought Pickford from Sunderland last summer, described the England keeper as a "training beast", was "impetuous" but improved in "leaps and bounds."
Koeman, the manager who bought Pickford from Sunderland last summer, described the England keeper as a "training beast", who was a "tad on the heavy side" when he arrived, was also "impetuous" but improved by "leaps and bounds."
Bored and impetuous, schoolgirl Mary follows a black cat into a forest and is swept off to another world via a witch's broomstick and a beautiful blue flower.