The old elite worried that the masses were too improvident and seditious.
Government nurtured these behemoths by weaving an improvident safety net, and by practicing crony capitalism.
It is said by some that the native is shiftless and improvident.
Was ever such an improvident, self-willed creature as this boy, Cupid?
We will slyly pay the bills for improvident ones who have grown gray in the effort to make a decent funeral for dead horses.
He was industrious but improvident; he made money and he lost it.
Stop the heather-burning at once, and—they are improvident little animals—send them a shipload or two of corn now and then.
Did he not incarnate the great Jewish gospel of the improvident lilies?
In the same absurd and improvident spirit is the customary disinclination to ask for settlements on our daughters.
They were too improvident to abstain from killing the breeding animals or their young.