neglectfully


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ne·glect·ful

 (nĭ-glĕkt′fəl)
adj.
Characterized by neglect; heedless: neglectful of their responsibilities. See Synonyms at negligent.

ne·glect′ful·ly adv.
ne·glect′ful·ness n.
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Adv.1.neglectfully - in a neglectful manner
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neglectfully

[nɪˈglektfəlɪ] ADVnegligentemente

neglectfully

advnachlässig
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If Ansari did treat her coldly or neglectfully, it's reasonable to think that the shame she felt right after was the surface effect of a deeper wound.
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They state that special forces do not face the "traditional financial penalties" that would be levied against other organisations responsible for the death of employees, adding: "(The) minimum wage paid to recruits and the lack of insurance cover and pension benefits, combined with the complete absence of any punitive fines on special forces when they neglectfully cause death, leave families with the perception that the lives of their loved ones had no value.
As Vincent observes, "For what has ever been the goal of councils, than that which was believed in simplicity, the same can now be believed reflectively; that what was previously preached languorously, can now be preached vigorously; that what was before honored neglectfully, can now be attended to with solicitude?
Twice my wallet has become road fall, as have many expensive cups of coffee, tools and other miscellaneous items neglectfully placed on the roof while I reached for my keys to unlock the door.
had neglectfully used a name of a company already existing Down Under.
In fact, cause is the very reason of human existence and if he had no stimuli to find them getting to the source of causes, one could see the external phenomena neglectfully.
Even Topgay's prized Tiger Badge lay neglectfully squashed under his grandson's teddy bear in a cluttered cupboard.
It is unconscionable for any legislator, purposefully or just neglectfully, to place her in such a compromising position" (House of Commons Debates, p.