incautious

[in-kaw-shuhs]
adjective
not cautious; careless; reckless; heedless.

Origin:
1695–1705; in-3 + cautious; compare Latin incautus in same sense

incautiously, adverb
incautiousness, noun


rash, brash, hotheaded, headstrong.
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incautious (ɪnˈkɔːʃəs)
 
adj
not careful or cautious
 
in'cautiously
 
adv
 
in'cautiousness
 
n
 
in'caution
 
n

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Example sentences
And the president was really incautious to throw himself into the wolf's mouth.
He made clear that the administration isn't being entirely incautious about the
  risk of fiscal drag on recovery.
It would be incautious to view the similarity of real data to the model runs as
  evidence of the model's validity.
Hence, an incautious worker could try to interpret all three as mixing lines.
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