incaution incaution


  • (n) the trait of forgetting or ignoring possible danger


  1. That accounts for her caution and his incaution.
  2. When things go wrong for backpackers, it can be the result of incaution or stupidity, or it can be unavoidable bad luck.
  3. Monk himself plays with deliberate incaution, attacking the piano as if it were a carillon's keyboard or a finely tuned set of 88 drums.


  • Jon Jones sick of comparisons to Alexander Gustafsson: 'There's absolutely nothing he does that's like me'

    Jon Jones asked to fight Alexander Gustafsson because, among other reasons, he saw a piece of himself in the lanky Swede. Both men were gargantuan light heavyweights, blessed with prodigious gifts and a penchant of overwhelming opponents. It seemed like a natural fit. But now, with the Zuffa marketing machine dialed up to 11 and incalculable hours already logged inside the Jackson/Winkeljohn ...
    on September 11, 2013     Source: SB Nation

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