overhastiness

overhastiness

(ˌəʊvəˈheɪstɪnɪs)
n
the condition of being overhasty
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These pressures and expectations often results in overhastiness of the players and consequently losing the opportunity.
Eagleton writes trenchantly on his own time as a left-wing activist, observing the illogicality of revolutionary policies being propounded by people with impeccable middle-class credentials, the sheer unreality of fanaticism and dogma, the abundance of "purism, arrogance, overhastiness, tunnel vision" among the ideologues, yet can still insist that "Revolutionaries .
34] Doubtless there have been other instances, even if less critical in effect and more diffuse in origin, where the same overhastiness, absence of caution, and failure to appreciate the limits and ambiguities of change, have taken their toll.