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Fear has also postponed marriage, except in the improvident.
He does not intend to spend many years in mining, or if he does, he has become thriftless and improvident.
Nor is this improvident attitude confined to the young, to the professional and the other non-business classes.
CREATING CAPITALFREDERICK L. LIPMAN
He was a singular character, as improvident as Lorado but in a far different way.
Of course, we are not so improvident as to act now on the hypothesis of successful negotiations between us.
The law was unjust, improvident, and altogether unsuited to the circumstances of the colony.
GEORGE BROWNJOHN LEWIS
“Most improvident,” replied Richards, smiling quietly over his ledger nevertheless.
He is improvident while in slavery, as is the Irishman in Ireland, because he has no opportunity to be anything else.
An improvident man, as the world uses the term, he undoubtedly had been, but this arose from a defect of character.
GREY TOWNGERALD BALDWIN
That he was improvident is proved by records of executions for debt which have been discovered in the archives of that town.

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