impetuously impetuously


  • (adv) in an impulsive or impetuous way; without taking cautions


  1. As for what Boone calls "April Love" (the title of one of his big record hits), he concedes that he himself played spin-the-bottle at 13 and, perhaps too impetuously, eloped at 19.
  2. One day, early in World War II, Briton Haldane impetuously clapped on an oxygen mask and, breathing pure oxygen (to study its effects), "dived" in a pressure chamber to a depth of .
  3. This, of course, clashes with the Warren Commission's conclusion that Oswald acted alone for his own twisted reasons and that Ruby impetuously killed the assassin to spare .
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