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  • r  in an impulsive or impetuous way; without taking cautions

  • 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.
  • 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 .
  • 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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