Improvidence [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Improvidence:

With the sum thus realized, I say, you propose to make good the losses which the bank has suffered by your improvidence?

The same improvidence is visible in many towns in France, and still more in Holland.

There is very little poverty and what there is is obviously the result of vice or improvidence.

Beza, not apparently without good reason, blamed the improvidence of Cond in not forestalling the enemy.

But improvidence and mismanagement soon bore their legitimate fruits.

To modern ears these words seemed to encourage thoughtlessness and to bless improvidence.

All that is left is a dislike for work, carelessness, improvidence, and ignorance of the necessities of the present.

The Arabs themselves being on foot would have suffered much more than I from the consequences of their improvidence.

The improvidence of Audusta, or his liberality, prevented him from considering this danger, until it began to be felt.

They had never felt the wrath of- 296 - the white man, nor been made to suffer because of his improvidence and necessities.