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adverb as in dangerously

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San Diego residents have repeatedly pushed back on the board’s reckless land-use decisions.

The couple were arrested shortly after landing at Lihue Airport and now face second-degree reckless endangerment charges, a spokesperson with the Kauai Police Department told The Washington Post on Wednesday.

That makes all the more unforgivable the conduct of Georgia’s two Republican senators in making reckless charges about the integrity of the vote.

As with “Girls,” the show views one’s early 20s as an opportunity to make gallingly egregious errors, as reckless and sordid a phase as humanly possible.

The idea of boarding a plane to meet a potential business partner seems downright reckless.

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By recklessly accusing your opponents of racism, you have turned back the clock on race relations in this country.

This claim, recklessly tossed about by those on the right, has been roundly dismissed by PolitiFact as false.

The symbolic vocabulary of Twin Peaks was properly literary, by which I mean it was personal, whimsical, and recklessly satirical.

In the past, faint-hearted politicians behaved in mostly sensible ways because they were afraid to act recklessly.

And, yet again, they have acted recklessly at the expense of the rest of Lebanon, and at the behest of their Iranian patrons.

"I'll tell you how we'll help it," I proposed recklessly, shouting to make myself heard above the noisy wind.

The most recklessly chivalrous terms are indeed consonant with Sir Edward's character.

A man, driving a cart recklessly, had almost come in contact with another cart, and some hard language ensued.

It was inevitable that those who would not recklessly ride upon its billows must be overwhelmed by its resistless surges.

Out, he threaded his way recklessly through a welter of vehicles and picked up the tail as his man entered an office building.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recklessly, such as: carelessly, foolishly, daringly, heedlessly, rashly, and riskily.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.