Irresponsible [adjective]

Definition of Irresponsible:

careless, reckless

Opposite/Antonyms of Irresponsible:

Sentence/Example of Irresponsible:

At the time, baseball’s plan to return without bubbles opened with scores of positive tests and seemed risky if not irresponsible.

You know, we thought they were harming patients and irresponsible.

In the government, you have officials who can take irresponsible, populist views that they think the public wants to hear that are contrary, not only to morality and ethics, but also to public health interests.

With their well-being in mind, it would be irresponsible if I didn’t speak out about the climate crisis.

The time travel fantasy is pure escapism, which is to say it’s both optimistic and wholly irresponsible.

Hogan said that spending that much money would be an “irresponsible” action and that he could not do it without legislative approval.

For days after I returned I wandered about out-of-doors in a gay irresponsible mood, and carolled all over the house.

Our friends would call you eminently 85 practical, I suppose, and the irresponsible lady sighed.

Drunkards are not frequent sights in the Quarter; and yet when these people do get drunk, they become as irresponsible as maniacs.

Something in the childlike attitude, the placid, irresponsible face, brought the old servant's impatience to a climax.