What is another word for improvidently?

Pronunciation: [ɪmpɹˈɒvɪdəntli] (IPA)

Improvidently refers to a lack of foresight or prudence in making decisions. Synonyms for this word include recklessly, thoughtlessly, carelessly, unwisely, irresponsibly, foolhardily, heedlessly, incautiously, imprudently, thoughtlessly, and insensibly. These words all convey a similar meaning, that being an action or decision taken without considering potential consequences. When individuals act improvidently, they may be seen as foolish or naïve, as they have not considered the risks associated with their choices. To avoid being seen as reckless or careless, it is important to consider all options before making a decision. The use of synonyms for improvidently can aid in conveying this message.

What are the hypernyms for Improvidently?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for improvidently?

Improvidently means to behave in an imprudent, careless, or wasteful manner. The antonyms for improvidently would be actions that are prudent, tactful, and wise. Some antonyms for improvidently include: carefully, cautiously, thoughtfully, judiciously, thriftily, prudently, and wisely. These words describe individuals who consider their options with care and make smart decisions. When making choices about money or other resources, it is essential to take a wise decision that can benefit you in the future. Therefore, acting in a prudent and a wise manner can help you stay financially stable and preserve valuable resources.

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Usage examples for Improvidently

From time to time Mr. Pasmer looked about with the vague glance of a man unused to being so long left to his own guidance; and one of these appeals seemed at last to bring Mrs. Pasmer through the door, to the relief of both the men, for they had improvidently despatched their business, and were getting out of talk.
"April Hopes"
William Dean Howells Last Updated: February 27, 2009
Her Majesty, gathering that you are going about belike to terrify her, commands me to inform you very clearly and very expressly that she does not deal so weakly in her government, nor so improvidently, but that she is provided for anything that might be attempted against her by the King, and as able to offend him as he her Majesty."
"History of the United Netherlands, 1586-89, Vol. II. Complete"
John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: February 7, 2009
What would you not pay for a ticket to see the moon rise, if nature had not improvidently made it a free entertainment; and who could afford to buy a seat at Covent Garden if Sir Augustus Harris should suddenly become sole impresario of the nightingale?
"Prose Fancies"
Richard Le Gallienne

Famous quotes with Improvidently

  • It is well not to spend one's symbols improvidently.
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