improvident

[ im-prov-i-duhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF improvident

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPROVIDENT

Therefore every improvident step will meet with terrible revenge.

But these lawless adventurers were as improvident as they were vicious and idle.

They are unstable, improvident, easily discouraged, easily led astray.

Was ever such an improvident, self-willed creature as this boy, Cupid?

His father is said to have had little ability, and to have been careless and improvident.

He was industrious but improvident; he made money and he lost it.

Did he not incarnate the great Jewish gospel of the improvident lilies?

Indeed, I think my country was ashamed to have so improvident a person in its employ.

They were too improvident to abstain from killing the breeding animals or their young.

It is said by some that the native is shiftless and improvident.

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