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Definition of Improvidentially

Improvidentially
Improvidentially Im*prov`i*den"tial*ly, adv. Improvidently. [R.]

Meaning of Improvidentially from wikipedia

- portra**** living in genteel penury, but the Alcott family, dependent on an improvident, impractical father, suffered real poverty and occasional hunger. In...
- affirmed by an equally divided Court, and two cases were dismissed as improvidently granted. Justice Kagan recused herself from 26 of the cases due to her...
- The Negro in North Carolina, as these figures show, is thriftless, improvident, does not ac****ulate money, and is not accounted a desirable citizen...
- Schlicke 1999, p. 158. Callow 2009, p. 13 Ackroyd 1990, p. 76:'recklessly improvident'. Pope-Hennessy 1945, p. 11. Forster 2006, p. 27. Ackroyd 1990, p. 76...
- authority to do what it does today; but, in my view, its judgment is an improvident and extravagant exercise of the power of judicial review that the Constitution...
- approached Boyle for compensation on the ground that Raleigh had struck an improvident bargain. In 1584, Queen Elizabeth granted Raleigh a royal charter authorising...
- British royal family regain the freehold under King George III. When the improvident Goring defaulted on his rents Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington was...
- is found in the animal kingdom. Hardin said that if the children of improvident parents starved to death, if overbreeding was its own punishment, then...
- who would be provided with suitable relief and the "underserving" or "improvident poor" who were regarded[by whom?] as the cause of their own woes through...
- Varjabedian, 587 U.S. ___ (2019), the Court dismissed certiorari as improvidently granted. Only the reargument date for Knick v. Township of Scott is...
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