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- adv. In a reckless manner, without regard for cost or consequence.
- adv. With contempt for the rights, feelings, or well-being of others.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a reckless manner; with rash or desperate heedlessness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a reckless manner
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He is clear that rugby must not follow football in recklessly speculating in the hope of reaping future rewards.
Uninitiated, they devalue history rather than find direction in it, and feel entitled to break sharply and even recklessly from the past.
Heyricke -- he spelled his name recklessly -- had five sons, the second of which sought a career in London, where he became a goldsmith, and in
I don't like to use the h-word recklessly, but I would admit to feeling jolly these days, and I have a reason:
"I'd promise _you_ anything," said Skippy recklessly, which is the privilege of sixteen in the presence of twenty-five.
The plume of his bonnet was broken, but he wore it in a rakish fashion; and altogether he swaggered with so dare-devil an air, clinking his spurs and swinging out his long sword recklessly, that it was no wonder three or four of the nearest fellows gave back a foot.
It will show, too, the moderation of my part in these affairs, a thing which some have called recklessly in question.
Mr. Riley said Mr. King, a fellow Republican, "recklessly" derailed negotiations with BP by filing a lawsuit last month against the oil giant.
After an awkward campaign in which he shied away from Virginia voters and their parochial issues, and after he snubbed President George W. Bush at a White House reception and accused him of taking the country into Iraq "recklessly," there was more than a little unease about how Jim Webb would fit into the Senate.
I keep hearing the opinion that Kennedy acted "recklessly" and died needlessly.