Thesaurus / recklessness

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Eifert also points to a sub-culture of traders who have gained infamy for engaging in seemingly reckless options trading, and then sharing their gains—or in many cases huge losses—on social media platforms.
Epidemiologists think that is reckless and could both cause massive unnecessary suffering and overcrowd our health care facilities.
“Without that data, it seems reckless to proceed to approving the vaccine,” says virologist Onyema Ogbuagu of the Yale School of Medicine.
There’s a cliche that tech industry founders are bent on reckless growth all because their aggressive entrepreneurial tendencies weren’t tempered by any college coursework in the humanities.
I felt that desperation and recklessness of poverty which only a pauper knows.
The recklessness of the other's purpose roused Garnet from his lethargy.
THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBERCHARLES S. BENTLEY
At every step she meant to turn back, though a recklessness of night and of meeting the King of Beaver grew upon her.
He lived long enough to rue his recklessness, but not much longer.
CRESSY AND POICTIERSJOHN G. (JOHN GEORGE) EDGAR
This he now made plain by the recklessness with which he fenced, in his haste to have done ere we might chance to be interrupted.
He was, notwithstanding his apparent enthusiasm and recklessness, extremely methodical and clear-headed.
JACKALPHONSE DAUDET

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