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synonyms for precipitantly

  • headlong
  • abruptly
  • boldly
  • carelessly
  • daringly
  • excitedly
  • expeditiously
  • feverishly
  • fiercely
  • foolishly
  • frantically
  • furiously
  • hastily
  • headily
  • headstrongly
  • heedlessly
  • hurriedly
  • ill-advisedly
  • impetuously
  • imprudently
  • impulsively
  • inadvisedly
  • incautiously
  • indiscreetly
  • indomitably
  • irresponsibly
  • madly
  • passionately
  • precipitately
  • precipitously
  • recklessly
  • speedily
  • thoughtlessly
  • unpreparedly
  • unthinkingly
  • unwarily
  • unwisely
  • wildly
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How to use precipitantly in a sentence

He resolved upon this attempt as precipitantly, and as regardless of the difficulties, as was his wont.
THE LIFE OF ISAAC INGALLS STEVENS, VOLUME II (OF 2)HAZARD STEVENS
Then the cab drew up at the door of his hotel and he turned upon the two men precipitantly.
ROMANCE ISLANDZONA GALE
At all events, he went away without warning—fled precipitantly.
THE KEY TO YESTERDAYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
While our family was living in Lahore, one morning the servant came precipitantly into my room.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
In it we raced precipitantly away, for as you very well know, we had the outraged pride of my terrible father to fear.
THE WOLF CUBPATRICK CASEY
Exasperated and thoroughly frightened, the horse fled precipitantly down the road.
THE WOLF CUBPATRICK CASEY
Presently recovering he cleared his throat, and left them precipitantly.
PEGGY OWEN AND LIBERTYLUCY FOSTER MADISON
And yet after all, though the poor came to town very precipitantly, as I have said, yet I must say the rich made no such haste.
A JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEARDANIEL DEFOE
Colonel Churchill started, precipitantly left Mr. Hunter, and crossed the floor to his guest of two weeks.
LEWIS RANDMARY JOHNSTON
They stepped back precipitantly, and one of the men was tripped up as a shaft slipped between his legs.
THE RETURN OF THARNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
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