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  • adj.careless, impulsive
  • nounoutbreak of disease or condition

synonyms for rash

  • audacious
  • bold
  • daring
  • foolhardy
  • hasty
  • ill-advised
  • ill-considered
  • immature
  • impetuous
  • imprudent
  • indiscreet
  • irrational
  • reckless
  • thoughtless
  • madcap
  • precipitant
  • precipitate
  • wild
  • adventurous
  • brash
  • determined
  • devil-may-care
  • fiery
  • frenzied
  • furious
  • harebrained
  • headlong
  • headstrong
  • heedless
  • hotheaded
  • incautious
  • injudicious
  • insuppressible
  • jumping to conclusions
  • overhasty
  • passionate
  • premature
  • unguarded
  • unthinking
  • unwary
  • venturesome
  • venturous
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antonyms for rash

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  • afraid
  • careful
  • cautious
  • considerate
  • cowardly
  • discreet
  • fearful
  • meek
  • reasonable
  • reflective
  • sensible
  • shy
  • thoughtful
  • timid
  • wise
  • planned
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    How to use rash in a sentence

    The rules appear to have had a noticeable positive impact, as only one player has tested positive over the past two weeks, a steep drop from January’s rash of cases leaguewide.
    THE NBA’S WEEK OF CONTROVERSIES SHOW HOW HARD LIFE IS OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLEBEN GOLLIVERFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    It caused fever, then a rash, which over the course of a few days developed into the skin-covering lumps that are the disease’s trademark.
    SMALLPOX USED TO KILL MILLIONS OF PEOPLE EVERY YEAR. HERE’S HOW HUMANS BEAT IT.KELSEY PIPERFEBRUARY 5, 2021VOX
    For Grantham, that divergence tells us more about the raging market fever than the rash of new SPACs.
    INVESTING LEGENDS CARL ICAHN AND JEREMY GRANTHAM SEE A STOCK MARKET BUBBLESHAWN TULLYJANUARY 8, 2021FORTUNE
    In the context of the rash of restaurant closures, however, thousands of workers lost their jobs, whether outright layoffs or temporary furloughs.
    RESTAURANTS, BARS PUT CREATIVITY ON THE MENU IN 2020EVAN CAPLANDECEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
    This reaction, Parikh noted, is not believed to be connected to the other types of rashes caused by the coronavirus, including the unusual frostbite-like patches that have been observed on people’s toes and sometimes fingers.
    COVID MAY CAUSE RASHES AND SWELLING. THAT DOESN’T MEAN YOU’RE ‘ALLERGIC,’ EXPERTS SAY.ALLYSON CHIUDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Hence Napoleon was driven more and more to trust to the advice of the rash, unstable King of Naples.
    NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
    Garnache need not plague himself with vexation that his rash temper alone had wrought his ruin now.
    ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
    Should he hire a horse and kill the animal by rash driving, he would be liable for its value.
    PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
    But glorious as his conduct was, his rash impetuosity more than once seriously compromised Napoleon's plans.
    NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
    He was a mere boy, who, in a rash skirmish with some of our hussars, was wounded severely and taken prisoner.
    BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
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    WORDS RELATED TO RASH

    • adventuresome
    • audacious
    • bold
    • brave
    • courageous
    • dangerous
    • daredevil
    • enterprising
    • foolhardy
    • hazardous
    • headstrong
    • intrepid
    • rash
    • reckless
    • risky
    • temerarious
    • venturesome
    • venturous
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