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reckless

adjective reck·less \ˈre-kləs\

: not showing proper concern about the possible bad results of your actions

Full Definition of RECKLESS

1
:  marked by lack of proper caution :  careless of consequences
2
:  irresponsible <reckless charges>
reck·less·ly adverb
reck·less·ness noun

Examples of RECKLESS

  1. He is a wild and reckless young man.
  2. He showed a reckless disregard for the safety of others.
  3. He spends money with reckless abandon.

First Known Use of RECKLESS

before 12th century

Rhymes with RECKLESS

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