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  • 81incaution — /in kaw sheuhn/, n. lack of caution; heedlessness; carelessness. [1705 15; IN 3 + CAUTION] * * * …

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  • 82inobservance — inobservant, adj. inobservantly, adv. /in euhb zerr veuhns/, n. 1. lack of attention; inattention; heedlessness: drowsy inobservance. 2. failure to observe a custom, rule, law, or the like; nonobservance: inobservance of the Sabbath. [1605 15; <&#8230; …

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  • 83mistake — mistaker, n. mistakingly, adv. /mi stayk /, n., v., mistook, mistaken, mistaking. n. 1. an error in action, calculation, opinion, or judgment caused by poor reasoning, carelessness, insufficient knowledge, etc. 2. a misunderstanding or&#8230; …

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  • 84neglect — neglectedly, adv. neglectedness, n. neglecter, neglector, n. /ni glekt /, v.t. 1. to pay no attention or too little attention to; disregard or slight: The public neglected his genius for many years. 2. to be remiss in the care or treatment of: to …

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  • 85tragedy — /traj i dee/, n., pl. tragedies. 1. a dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a serious or somber theme, typically that of a great person destined through a flaw of character or conflict with some overpowering force, as fate or society …

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  • 86young — /yung/, adj., younger /yung geuhr/, youngest /yung gist/, n. adj. 1. being in the first or early stage of life or growth; youthful; not old: a young woman. 2. having the appearance, freshness, vigor, or other qualities of youth. 3. of or&#8230; …

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  • 87Nataraja — The Hindu god Shiva in his form as the cosmic dancer. The most common images show him with four arms and flying locks, dancing on a dwarf (a symbol of human ignorance) and encircled by a ring of flames. The Nataraja sculpture shows Shiva as the&#8230; …

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  • 88Grover Cleveland: Second Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Saturday, March 4, 1893       In obedience of the mandate of my countrymen I am about to dedicate myself to their service under the sanction of a solemn oath. Deeply moved by the expression of confidence and personal&#8230; …

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  • 89Woodrow Wilson: First Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Tuesday, March 4, 1913       There has been a change of government. It began two years ago, when the House of Representatives became Democratic by a decisive majority. It has now been completed. The Senate about to assemble …

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  • 90St. Jerome —     St. Jerome     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Jerome     Born at Stridon, a town on the confines of Dalmatia and Pannonia, about the year 340 2; died at Bethlehem, 30 September, 420.     He went to Rome, probably about 360, where he was&#8230; …

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  • 91dereliction — der·e·lic·tion /ˌder ə lik shən/ n 1 a: an intentional abandonment b: a state of being abandoned 2: a recession of water leaving permanently dry land 3: an intentional or conscious neglect derelictio …

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  • 92negligence — neg·li·gence / ne gli jəns/ n: failure to exercise the degree of care expected of a person of ordinary prudence in like circumstances in protecting others from a foreseeable and unreasonable risk of harm in a particular situation; also: conduct&#8230; …

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  • 93psychopath — noun /ˈsaɪkoʊˌpæθ/ a) A person with a personality disorder indicated by a pattern of lying, cunning, manipulating, glibness, exploiting, heedlessness, arrogance, delusions of grandeur, sexual promiscuity, low self control, disregard for …

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  • 94insouciance — noun a) carelessness, heedlessness, indifference, or casual unconcern b) nonchalance …

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  • 95inattention — noun a) Want of attention, or failure to pay attention; disregard; heedlessness; neglect. b) An act of neglect; failure of courtesy …

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  • 96blindness — noun a) The condition of being blind; unable to see. b) Want of intellectual or moral discernment; mental darkness; ignorance, heedlessness. Syn: ablepsy, cecity …

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  • 97inadvertency — noun inadvertence or heedlessness …

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  • 98regardlessness — noun Lack of regard; heedlessness …

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  • 99imprudence — noun a) The quality or state of being imprudent; want of prudence, caution, discretion or circumspection; indiscretion; inconsideration; rashness; heedlessness. b) …

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  • 100psychopathy — noun /saɪˈkɑpəθi,saɪˈkɒpəθi/ A personality disorder indicated by a pattern of lying, exploitation, heedlessness, arrogance, sexual promiscuity, low self control, and lack of empathy and remorse. Violent and criminal offenses may be indicative of&#8230; …

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