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incautious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincautiousin‧cau‧tious /ɪnˈkɔːʃəs $ -ˈkɒː-/ adjective  THINK ABOUTif you are incautious, you do not think about the possible bad results of your actions incautious remarks The wine had made her incautious.incautiously adverb
Examples from the Corpus
incautiousWhat these qualities were Furse was never so vulgar or incautious as to define.I was merely somewhat incautious at one point.Discretion however was overridden by an enormous but incautious curiosity.Stretching out an incautious hand he burnt a finger on one of the bars.It is incautious, ill-advised, is it not?Incautious investors may lose money.The earl's daughter, Dorothea, seems to have inherited her father's somewhat incautious nature.The role of the government agencies in predator control, after an incautious start, has been more or less responsible.An incautious word, I felt, could spark off resentment.
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