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  • adv. In a feckless manner

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a feckless manner; irresponsibly and incompetently
  • adv. with ineptitude; in an incompetent manner

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Examples

  • We act as if we were not heirs and witnesses to a blood-soaked history that tells us exactly where this hate some of us so fecklessly stoke will logically, inevitably lead.

    Sunday Reading

  • "I helped nurture the creature in its infancy by feeding it great draughts of blood and money; I guided it through its adolescence as it grew fecklessly out of control."

    Bernard Nathanson, abortion provider turned pro-life activist, dies

  • May they continue to be as fecklessly stupid and dishonest as they have been to date.

    *Third* time on the ACORN Hooker Advisory Train. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • If either of them had spent his first month in office this fecklessly, the Confederacy would be independent today and the United States would still be mired in the Great Depression.

    Obama Talks. People Listen. Markets Tank.

  • Zenkevich:  Brushing fecklessly at the forms running merrily over his features, in and out of his nostrils, ears, and mouth.

    IN THE JAWS OF KRONOS

  • Mr. Robert Loxsleigh had been playing a game for the amusement of his idle friends and fecklessly upset her life.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • Such madness must be why women succumbed to seduction, racing fecklessly to their ruin.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • He was wrong about the war, wrote a book in favor of it, but he agonized as war approached that Bush was entering it fecklessly, without proper planning, without a thoughtful diplomatic component.

    Today in Iraq - Swampland - TIME.com

  • In 1979, after the Soviets invaded Afghanistan, and after he had fecklessly allowed the Shah of Iran to be overthrown by the mad mullahs who remain in power to this day, Carter scrambled to stop the Communist juggernaut.

    Ken Blackwell: Guarding Jimmy Carter's Tongue

  • A right damn thing that they were fecklessly willing to let slide along with a sizable chunk of the constitution down Bush's chute of totalitarianism.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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