irresponsibly

All Adverb
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  • That was done as a form of security in case his design was stolen and used irresponsibly.
  • She lifted herself to the table, crossing her feet and dangling them irresponsibly. Cited from Ridgway of Montana, by William MacLeod Raine
  • In the context of his departure word was also spread, that he would be drinking irresponsibly.
  • Money comes along for a work irresponsibly begun and without supervision. Cited from The American Missionary, Vol. 42, No. 6, June, 1888, by Various
  • She dropped her black lashes against her pink cheeks and spoke irresponsibly. Cited from The Wishing-Ring Man, by Margaret Widdemer
  • For these young creatures let themselves go irresponsibly, they are still unstereotyped, they test what they and their fellows can do. Cited from The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4), by J. Arthur Thomson
  • Therese has a succession of lovers all of whom act irresponsibly towards her.
  • Or, they irresponsibly eat whatever is served to them by a mother, wife, institution or cook because doing so is easy or expected. Cited from How and When to Be Your Own Doctor,Moser & Solomon
  • Yet in his off hours, when I rode irresponsibly somewhere in the middle, he was a great hand to forage. Cited from The Mountains, by Stewart Edward White
  • He admits that the relationship was a mistake, irresponsibly put the boy in danger, and is something he will carry with him all his life.
  • He laughed boyishly and irresponsibly, for he felt that Kelly had done him a service that day. Cited from Her Prairie Knight, by B. M. Bower
  • We believe that our society and churches have irresponsibly encouraged men to domination and women to passivity.
  • All sense of tune or direction left them; they were wandering irresponsibly, without thought of why, as children wander and get lost. Cited from The Gray Dawn, by Stewart Edward White
  • However if conducted irresponsibly, stereotyping can lead to a variety of ethically undesirable results.
  • Mysticism is a term so irresponsibly applied in English that it has become the first duty of those who use it to explain what they mean by it. Cited from Mysticism in English Literature, by Caroline F. E. Spurgeon
  • They attended meetings in order to extract amusement from them; and they voted, if they voted at all, quite irresponsibly. Cited from Psmith in the City, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Produced irresponsibly, they at best offer no climate benefit and, at worst, have detrimental social and environmental consequences.
  • "Every year, some rich girl would get involved with some country guy, and they would act irresponsibly and have to deal with the ramifications."
  • One is more foolish than another, one is more irresponsibly moved to laughter or anger -- that constitutes his personality. Cited from Editorials from the Hearst Newspapers by Brisbane
  • But she could not brook the semblance of interference with her rule where she had reigned so long and irresponsibly. Cited from At Last, by Marion Harland
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Meaning of irresponsibly

  • adverb In an irresponsible manner
    he acted irresponsibly