improvident : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  not provident; not providing for the future
  • s  not given careful consideration

  • His father was irascible, witty, hard drinking and ruinously improvident; his mother, a devout Roman Catholic, helplessly watched her husband and family slide into near poverty and .
  • Widely condoned have such episodes been, for Frank Lloyd Wright is rated a very original, great and influential architect indeed, although personally impulsive and improvident.
  • In India, inevitably, this dance of mutual need grows ever more serpentine as pleasure-seeking Westerner and improvident local circle one another.

  • Robert Byrd in Catholic Online
    Byrd called his 2002 vote against a "blind and improvident" authorization of military action the proudest moment of his career.
  • Clarence Thomas in Newsday
    Acting Justice Thomas McNamara said, "A judicially imposed resolution would be an improvident intrusion into the internal workings of a co-branch of government ...... My strong suggestion is that you go across the street and try to resolve this."

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