Reckless

Operational code name for US operations in Hollandia, New Guinea - April 1944
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Reckless

Reck'less adjective [ Anglo-Saxon recceleás , rēceleás .] 1. Inattentive to duty; careless; neglectful; indifferent. Chaucer. 2. Rashly negligent; utterly careless or heedless. « It made the king as reckless as them diligent.» Sir...
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Reckless

• (a.) Inattentive to duty; careless; neglectful; indifferent. • (a.) Rashly negligent; utterly careless or heedless.
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Reckless

(Adj) An action is said to be reckless when it is done knowingly disregarding the consequences. For example speeding the vehicle near school compounds where kids are expected to cross road etc.
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reckless

adj. in both negligence and criminal cases, careless to the point of being heedless of the consequences ("grossly" negligent). Most commonly this refers to the traffic misdemeanor "reckless driving." It can also refer to use of firearms (shooting a gun in a public place), explosives or heavy equipment.
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Reckless

Reckless is a romantic musical starring Jean Harlow in a story about a Broadway actress meeting a businessman and the tragic romance that ensues.
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Reckless

Behavior that is so careless that it is considered an extreme departure from the care a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances.
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