precipitancy

[ pri-sip-i-tuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF precipitancy

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But I soon began to regret my precipitancy in leaving her so soon.

She may have lent colour to the charge by her own precipitancy in denying it.

I have curbed and repressed myself not to scare you by precipitancy.

There was an air of undue haste—a precipitancy and rush not all reassuring.

Her precipitancy at their last meeting had seemed, on reflection, unfortunate.

Job, in his first precipitancy, had desired to reason with him on his government.

I immediately concluded, from the precipitancy of his flight, that the pipe was injured.

It was near the stone where he had met Milly, and had given way to precipitancy.

This precipitancy seemed unpleasantly like haste to be rid of him.

Bitterly and breathlessly did he curse his own precipitancy.

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