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throw caution to the wind(s)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrow caution to the wind(s)throw caution to the wind(s)RISKto ignore the risks and deliberately behave in a way that may cause trouble or problems I threw caution to the winds and followed him. throw
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throw caution to the wind(s)Anything less truly would be throwing caution to the winds.My friends and their little daughter went splashing blithely in so I threw caution to the winds and followed.The two of us threw caution to the winds and raced to the rescue.You may even throw caution to the wind and try one of our Mystery Trips.
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