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- n. The state or quality of being impetuous; making arbitrary decisions.
- n. Result of being impetuous; arbitrary decisions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being impetuous; impetuosity; vehemence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. rash impulsiveness
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I got her youthful impetuousness, which is classic Lois Lane, and at the same time a motherly sense, a protective sense regarding her child, who plays a significant role in the picture.
Well I suppose that in many ways that's me on the receiving end of that slap and I'm about to pay for my audacity and impetuousness with questionable reviews.
This evening would not have happened without that same impetuousness.
Was that an act of distraction or rabid impetuousness?
“Out of my way,” he muttered, the impetuousness of youth bolstered by need allowing him to push past her and into the room beyond.
That's the bronze-tinted celestial realm where the young God of Thunder Chris Hemsworth struggles against evil forces and his own impetuousness.
"I guess I'll be wanted," the pawnbroker observed, as he jerked open his shirt, tearing out the four buttons in his impetuousness and showing a Colt's .44 automatic, strapped in its holster against the bare skin of his side under his left arm, the butt of the weapon most readily accessible to any hasty dip of his right hand.
She waited with a quiet smile, pleasuring in his unruly impetuousness.
And his occasional impetuousness and flashes of temper only added to his commanding mystique.
But it is still a movement marked by immaturity and impetuousness -- unaccustomed to its own side holding power and the responsibilities and choices that come with that.