imprudence

[ im-prood-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF imprudence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRUDENCE

Once the ordeal is over, we shall be at ease as to the consequences of our imprudence.

In a gruff, rude voice, he chided him for his imprudence, and told him to go in.

I wish that I could suffer alone for my self-will and imprudence.

I am not the man to reproach anyone on the score of imprudence.

But it was in vain that he argued, pleaded, raged, finally—imprudence of imprudence!

Then if you suppose that he does, how can you have the imprudence to find fault with her before him?

You do not strengthen your case by reminding me of that imprudence.

I knew that I committed an imprudence, but for the life of me I could not withstand the temptation.

Inwardly I cursed my imprudence, and loaded myself with reproaches.

Just at this moment, Robert was well nigh the victim of his own imprudence.

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