reckless vs wreckless

reckless wreckless

Definitions

  • 1) Careless or heedless; headstrong or rash.
  • 2) Indifferent to danger or the consequences.
  • 3) Acting or done with a lack of care or caution; careless or irresponsible.
  • 4) Inattentive to duty; careless; neglectful; indifferent.
  • 5) Rashly negligent; utterly careless or heedless.
  • 6) marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences
  • 7) characterized by careless unconcern

Examples

  • 1) reckless and dangerous drivers sometimes get away with fairly minor punishments for killing a person.
  • 2) Also guilty of reckless challenge in first half and had to walk the tightrope.
  • 3) It was a reckless challenge with excessive force that endangered the player's safety.
  • 4) In my opinion it was not a challenge that was reckless or endangered a player's safety.
  • 5) The referee should be able to enforce a substitution when a player has committed an act that was reckless but not intentional foul play.
  • 6) In their youth, testosterone protects them against pain and often encourages reckless behaviours and engagement in tough sports.
  • 7) No. At most it was a careless challenge, not reckless.
  • 8) Overall, the referee was very inconsistent in his application of the law in terms of careless and reckless challenges throughout the 90 minutes.
  • 9) I say I hope an etiquette will evolve to curtail some of our more reckless online behaviour.
  • 10) What made all these people reckless at the same time?
  • 11) The outcome of a reckless challenge should also not come into the equation.
  • 12) Some other means of checking reckless drivers should be devised.
  • 13) There was a lot of very reckless behaviour.
  • 14) Was it suicide or a reckless act of protest gone horribly wrong?
  • 15) reckless people have more accidents by virtue of the fact they are reckless.
  • 16) But if it was a reckless challenge and with excessive force then it is a red.
  • 17) Not that a great driver is reckless.
  • 18) The argument goes that this could encourage reckless behaviour at the protected parts of a bank.
  • 19) Is this an act of reckless cultural vandalism?
  • 20) It says the days of reckless behaviour and massive bonuses are in the past.
  • 21) Can punitive damages be assessed against a principal for the intentional or reckless acts of an agent?
  • 22) He challenged the argument that reckless behaviour by banks has to be punished to encourage better behaviour.
  • 23) But will his act of reckless heroism end in disaster when one of the train carriages explodes?
  • 24) The changes are being made to address the rising death toll from crashes caused by inexperienced and reckless young drivers.
  • 25) Our shocking pictures show how reckless drivers around the country are endangering lives by phoning and texting with alarming regularity.
  • 26) They weren't reckless people in the vanguard of anything.
  • 27) When the first reckless challenge comes in, he must be firm to avoid losing control.
  • 28) Nor is anyone else until the people whose reckless lending plunged us into this economic catastrophe are forced to clean up their act.
  • 29) The challenge was reckless, needless and stirred the home crowd.
  • 30) And that it's financially reckless people like you that caused it?
  • 31) To hold a referendum today would, it says, be reckless.
  • 32) As an air traffic controller, I say he was reckless and arrogant.
  • 33) Other motorcyclists, more assertive and impatient the word reckless came to mind, began snaking their way in the narrow space between lanes of stopped traffic, as is common here.
  • 34) The fracas has put WikiLeaks in the position of decrying what it called the "reckless" and "negligent" disclosure of information—something WikiLeaks' critics have long accused it of doing itself.
  • 35) Oregon Democrat Earl Blumenauer and Michigan Republican Dave Camp both used the word "reckless" to drive home their opposing points.
  • 36) Rep. John Kline R., Minn., chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee, urged the board to scrap what he called a reckless and job-destroying agenda.
  • 37) South Korean Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik has urged North Korea to work for peace on the Korean peninsula and stop what he called "reckless military provocation".
  • 38) He said the sanctions risked engulfing the Horn of Africa in another cycle of conflict as it might encourage Ethiopia to contemplate what he called "reckless military adventures."
  • 39) In a speech at Wall Street's Federal Hall in September of 2009, Obama warned the bankers that Washington was preparing to step in to stop what he called the reckless behavior that led to the economic crisis.
  • 40) DOUGHERTY: Despite what it calls reckless behavior by North Korea, the Obama administration is sticking to patient diplomacy, hoping a united front with North Korea's neighbors, China, Russia, Japan, and South Korea, could bring the North back to the negotiating table.
  • 41) This, as lawmakers in both parties have been hearing outrage about the billions in taxpayer dollars that are still being spent to bail out big companies, what they call reckless companies, like AIG.
  • 42) ‘A police investigation blamed the driver of the minibus for reckless driving.’
  • 43) ‘Villagers are donning fluorescent jackets and going out on patrol to help curb reckless driving.’
  • 44) ‘Boy racers face seeing their cars behind bars as part of a Maldon police crackdown on reckless driving.’
  • 45) ‘It is our case that he was reckless and negligent in the way he drove.’
  • 46) ‘Anyone who saw him could tell that the driving was reckless and very dangerous.’
  • 47) ‘It doesn't take a reckless person or a wild spending spree to create a debt crisis.’
  • 48) ‘Their biggest problem was persuading the enthusiastic local spies not to be reckless.’
  • 49) ‘After all, the creditors should also pay the costs of their reckless credit decisions.’
  • 50) ‘It has a reckless disregard for accuracy, coupled with breathtaking ignorance.’
  • 51) ‘Just last week, in one of my more reckless moods, I decided to colour my hair blue.’
  • 52) ‘Still I was a little bit worried that I had been reckless to accept hospitality from a complete stranger.’
  • 53) ‘Manchester Crown Court was told the tragedy was caused by a momentary, reckless error of judgement.’
  • 54) ‘But critics fear more tragedies could occur unless reckless behaviour is tackled.’
  • 55) ‘They do not want to believe that he would wage a pointless war, that he is as reckless as he is.’
  • 56) ‘They say the reckless use of weaponry could result in innocent people getting killed.’
  • 57) ‘Even an organised road safety session at the crossing did not deter reckless drivers.’
  • 58) ‘He had been reckless to start a violent bust-up on the stairs when he had had too much alcohol, the court was told.’
  • 59) ‘His reckless gamble failed and he ended up old and ill in a wrecked building surrounded by yes men.’
  • 60) ‘The reckless gambler goes to the roulette wheel and places his last million on his favourite number.’
  • 61) ‘He had not thrown the fire extinguisher deliberately but accepts he was reckless, he said.’
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