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Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of carelessness.

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Examples

  • Exposing these two carelessnesses to the world is not the right way to display our strength before the feudal lords.

    The Complete Works of Han Fei Tzu

  • It is the trifling carelessnesses that bring bad results -- the tiny things that it seems silly to take the trouble to do.

    The Story of Silk

  • Himself had written to the Bishop a very strong letter, emphasising the inadequacy with which his Jubilee services were being prepared, saying something about the suitability of Forsyth for the Pybus living, and hinting at certain carelessnesses in the Chapter "due to new and regrettable influences."

    The Cathedral

  • It was not necessarily a book for the scholar and the philologist, many of whom scorned it on account of its rather obvious carelessnesses and inaccuracies.

    The Life of George Borrow

  • About this time I wrote a paper (first to be read in Junto, but it was afterward publish’d) on the different accidents and carelessnesses by which houses were set on fire, with cautions against them, and means proposed of avoiding them.

    Paras. 201-250

  • About this time I wrote a paper (first to be read in Junto, but it was afterward publish'd) on the different accidents and carelessnesses by which houses were set on fire, with cautions against them, and means proposed of avoiding them.

    The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (1994 Edition)

  • I admit there were certain irregularities, certain carelessnesses, for which I was morally responsible; and beyond that I admit nothing.

    The Daffodil Mystery

  • Holy One, my heart is very heavy for my many carelessnesses towards thee. '

    Kim

  • Most pianists play them over en passant, notice here and there repetitions, lengthinesses, apparent carelessnesses, and then lay them aside.

    Letters

  • So that forgettings of books required for preparation, or other carelessnesses of the kind, became serious matters.

    Robin Redbreast A Story for Girls

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