They are now doomed to a lifetime's torment, reminded of their foolhardiness every time someone tries to call.
When the engineer at last caught sight of him it was with a feeling of anger at what he regarded as the foolhardiness of the boy.
Better as it is: over-caution is as great an error as foolhardiness.
The pronoun is emphatic: it means to say, His foolhardiness is My doing and cannot go beyond My will: thou art safe.
On the top of a hill near by Peter bemoaned his losses and, it is said, his foolhardiness.
Lady Deppingham had just been guilty of a most astounding piece of foolhardiness, and he was discussing it with the Enemy.
How many lives are lost through ignorance and foolhardiness!
This was done with all the foolhardiness inseparable from a display which the vulgar are only too apt to regard as miraculous.
He said he saw nothing in it but foolhardiness and vain-glory.
It is not easy for a man well provided with weapons to pursue an armed Indian, but to attempt it unarmed is foolhardiness.