It will not be sufficient that the rash counsels of human passion are rejected.
My brother is hot and fiery; Mr Chatterton is rash and headstrong.
He was seeking his opportunity to punish him for the rash utterance.
The retainers of the Khan of Khar implored them not to be so rash.
It was absurd—it was rash—it was want of proper confidence in his wife; thus we said.
"The world is indeed often too curious, and too rash in these affairs," said Lady Anne.
My doom is fixed—fixed by my own folly—my own rash, headstrong folly.
She censures Mr. Lovelace for his rash threatenings to rescue her.
In short, I have done, as far as I know, the most rash thing that ever I did in my life.
If the world is unjust or rash, in one man's case, why may it not be so in another's?