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Example Sentences for "reckless"

The police have determined that the accident was caused by reckless driving on the part of the truck driverI wouldn't get in a car with that guy; he's such a reckless driver.

The police have determined that the accident was caused by reckless driving on the part of the truck driver.

She is a really reckless driver; I wouldn't go with her if I were you!

The captain of the boat showed a reckless disregard for the safety of his passengers when he chose to set out in such stormy weather.

Her reckless spending has cost this company a lot of money.

His reckless attitude towards his own safety is going to cost him his life one day.

We phoned the police after seeing a car being driven recklessly at high speed on the highway.

How many young people die in car crashes brought on by the recklessness of youth?

She has a reckless attitude towards relationships, which has made it difficult for her stay with one man for very long.

The young man was leaning recklessly over the railing on the balcony of the highrise apartment.

The cyclist was racing recklessly along the sidewalk, narrowly missing pedestrians.

Kurt Vonnegut once said, Don't be reckless with other people's hearts, and don't put up with people that are reckless with yours.

Lord Dewar once said that there are only two classes of pedestrians in these days of reckless motor traffic: the quick, and the dead.

Discussion question: Do you think people under 20 are more reckless drivers than those over 20?

Find someone who knows someone who is somewhat of a reckless driver.


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