improvidently

[ im-prov-i-duhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF improvidently
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPROVIDENTLY

My friends regard me as one, who has improvidently thrown away his chance of advancement.

Improvidently the plates of the boat had been gummed together only, instead of being also sewed.

Men contract debts loosely and improvidently, and wipe out easily by bankrupt laws.

He seems, improvidently, to have trusted to the natives for provision and to have quarrelled with them unnecessarily.

This power vested in the Secretary of the Interior might itself be improvidently exercised and subject to abuse.

I adhered to the promise I had improvidently given to Welbeck, but had excited displeasure, and perhaps suspicion, in the lady.

We had a gun, but improvidently had left our ammunition at another place of deposit, about a hundred rods distant.

He found a hollow among the boulders, and improvidently ate half his store of sandwiches.

Jonathan had improvidently lighted his pipe before he noticed that the fire needed his attention.

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