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What is the adverb for foolhardiness?

What's the adverb for foolhardiness? Here's the word you're looking for.

foolishly
  1. In a foolish manner.
  2. Without good judgment.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “If you foolishly blurt out your objection in the presence and hearing of the jury, you only assist the prosecution in calling attention to these things.”
      “This is not to say that we must foolishly rush into combat, but that once we are ready, we must attack.”
      “It is too often and foolishly argued that we must permit great flexibility for the president to retaliate when troops are in danger.”
foolheartedly
  1. Foolishly; in a foolhardy manner.
foolhardily
  1. In a foolhardy manner
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  3. Examples:
    1. “I worked for a radio station over the summer in New Orleans where I foolhardily rode out Hurricane Andrew.”
      “I'm not going to foolhardily dash into it, but I'm going to do more than sit up here and do nothing but go to school.”
      “Crein attempted to rush foolhardily to my aid out of rage, but Bryan obviously held him back, for he never reached me.”
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