from The Century Dictionary.

  • Improvident.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective obsolete Improvident.

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  • adjective obsolete improvident


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un- +‎ provident


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  • "No. You go'n smoke a corner o 'the _Pet-it Journal_, an' good enough for you, unprovident sacriligeous blighters, you -- givin 'away your own good Testaments."

    Between the Lines Boyd Cable 1910

  • So unprovident that I am afraid she is angry with me for insisting that she should put her capital of passion to good uses. "

    The Judge Rebecca West 1937


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