Uncautious - definition of Uncautious by The Free Dictionary
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Furthermore, as I have previously explained, he remains incapable of expressing vulnerability and feeling uncautious
expansion of domestic absorption based on massive importation of all sorts of goods would expose the economy to widespread economic dislocation in times of foreign exchange shortage This is because consumption and production structures that have been patterned to rely on imported resources will be difficult to sustain during such periods.
feet and Macaoutes swung their wooden sticks
But they are caught by uncautious
Ben, who is upstairs hanging around after an abortive assignation with Janey.