Definition of impetuousness in English:



See impetuous

  • ‘Unlike Michelle below, he can't even blame the impetuousness of youth.’
  • ‘It's associated with a fiery temper, with an uncontrollable individuality and impetuousness.’
  • ‘They're full of introspection and nostalgia lately, but the impetuousness that made their early records so enjoyable still burbles to the top on a pretty regular basis.’
  • ‘Roosevelt's impatience and his impetuousness worked in his favor after he became personally involved in the negotiations between the warring powers.’
  • ‘This is where you can reap the rewards of your forward planning, or curse your impetuousness as appropriate.’