imprudence imprudence  /ɪm ˈpru dəns/


  • (n) a lack of caution in practical affairs


  1. I had the imprudence not only to tell her that but to write it to her.
  2. It was followed, though, by an explosion of debt and imprudence.
  3. His stylehis imprudence, his plain talkjust doesn't sound like the other guys.


  • In our opinion: A prudent stay

    As Utah and other states appropriately stand up for the many benefits of man-woman marriage, the imprudence of Judge Robert...
    on February 15, 2014     Source: Deseret News

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