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- adj. neglectful
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Neglectful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inattentive; regardless; neglectful.
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And it's nice to know you'll feel right at home here tomorrow, with weeds and dust and plenty of passive neglective behavior to go around.
But I can't think of something amazing right now, so I guess it's a passive neglective behavior.
So much so that I really shouldn't be reading it because it's been days and I've been neglective personal hygiene.
An early test indicated the powder was Ricin, but two new tests came up neglective.
I put on quite a lot of suncream, but forgot parts of the neck - and was obviously a bit neglective about my chest, so I now have red stripes there.
In the meanwhile, during your absence, I shall not be neglective of providing a wife for you, nor of those preparations which are requisite to be made for the more sumptuous solemnizing of your nuptials with a most splendid feast, if ever there was any in the world, since the days of
I swear to you here, by the good and frolic words which are to issue out of that wine-bottle which is a-cooling below in the copper vessel full of fountain water, that the noble Pantagruel never snatched any man by the throat, unless it was such a one as was altogether careless and neglective of those obviating remedies which were preventive of the thirst to come.
Corinth, the Corinthians having received certain intelligence by their spies that he with a numerous army in battle-rank was coming against them, were all of them, not without cause, most terribly afraid; and therefore were not neglective of their duty in doing their best endeavours to put themselves in a fit posture to resist his hostile approach and defend their own city.
Will it become them to be neglective of him? to be each man in the pursuit of his own lusts, and ways, and works, in the presence of their King?
To be neglective in or of any part of holy conversation, -- to be careless of any part of worship, under the special eye of the Lord of our lives and our worship, is not to be borne with.
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