Word of the Day: Improvident


Say It: \ˌimˈprävəd(ə)nt/

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition (as defined by Merriam-Webster): not foreseeing or providing for the future.

Used in a Sentence (aka How I Found It): “Since no matches were provided, the casual improvident visitor had to make his own devotions, if any, without benefit of their light.” The Private Patient by P.D. James

Origin: Late Latin, first used in 1514


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