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How to use incautious in a sentence

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A carefully structured and deliberated response can be shattered into pieces in a few seconds by an incautious word over the telephone.
To force all the cultural developments of a complex age into a single pattern might seem incautious.
We await incautious politicians with the courage to pursue their unfashionable convictions.
But western leaders, commercial opportunists, and incautious journalists, want us to believe what we cannot see.
I will explain how this came about, since I still cannot believe that I was so incautious as to assent when the Lord asked me to come down.
What shall I do in such fearful combat, weak, incautious, divided in myself?
Such incautious uses of language, which recur throughout the book, are irritating flaws in a scholarly work.
He said the UK, despite Tory claims that he had been incautious, had met his forecasts for growth which was 2.3 per cent last year.
Some people in society refuse to understand me, saying that I was incautious for going out at night.
First, the matter of incautious international investment practices-what was the problem here?
Old baskets tend to be brittle and inflexible, and it is very easy to damage them by incautious handling.
But it's not necessarily the case that one thinks that all the American people are wrong-headed or that they're being incautious or ignorant of another culture.
The UK's international alliances could be damaged by the incautious assertion of arguments under international law which affect the position of those other states.
At another stage, someone gets horrifyingly stomped to death in an incautious location, with the body airily undisposed of.
Mr Dean scared voters with incautious statements and they decided that Mr Kerry was more electable.
Venezuela's president, Hugo Chávez, has used his windfall to expand social spending in politically clever, if economically incautious, ways.
The warranty does not cover damage that may occur as a result of incautious transport of the roller.
Many people find themselves losing control of their financial affairs because of incautious use of credit.
For just as incautious speech leads men into error, so, too, unseasonable silence leaves in error those who might have been instructed.
However, there is a risk of tipping in case of incorrect weight distribution or incautious driving.
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Examples from Classical Literature
In the morning of this very day, I was simple, and incautious, and complying.
The incautious sovereign having assented to this, octa and Ebusa arrived with forty ships.
Lambert was incautious of his own safety in his great concern for his horse.
This incautious speech by no means tended to appease the ferocity of the crowd.
An incautious word, and you may find yourselves in a most difficult position.
But why this bitterness, this incautious outbreak of injurious words?
Still also have we to fear that incautious beards will get singed.
An incautious movement, and both you and Petrea may be lost!
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