Definition of imprudence in English:

imprudence

noun

See imprudent

  • ‘You can go to the nearest police station and for sure, you will find out that the reports are full of reckless imprudence, some of which result to homicide.’
  • ‘While 45% say he has been prudent, 48% say he is guilty of imprudence.’
  • ‘The utter imprudence of our mayor and City Council bewilders me.’
  • ‘This would be equivalent to the worst form of fiscal imprudence - getting rid of productive assets to meet daily subsistence needs.’
  • ‘And to think after all these years you still have the imprudence to say such things to me!’

Pronunciation

imprudence

/ɪmˈpruːd(ə)ns/