incautiousness

[ in-kaw-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF incautiousness
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"The incautiousness of these conspirators has already saved you, empress," said Lestocq.

But this incautiousness in war, and this madness of zeal, is not a Roman maxim.

Eventually, he decided that he must blame some incautiousness of his own, and he began to wonder whose suspicions he had aroused.

I well remember how, one day, through my incautiousness, I very nearly made the end of a St. Sebastian.

Thus fell Marcus Marcellus from an act of incautiousness unworthy of a general.

WORD ORIGIN

1703, from in- (1) + cautious. Related: Incautiously.

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