- I wonder he should be so improvident in a point of such common, such natural, concern !
- In his childhood he had suffered from the scanty living consequent upon bad times, and improvident habits .
- She found , to her dismay , that this was owing to their having eaten all the seed potatoes , - that last lapse of the improvident
- Mining likewise was carried on in the most superficial and improvident fashion and consequently the maximum of labor yielded but a minimum of result
- Gross inadequacy of consideration may be relevant to issues of capacity , fraud and the like , but the requirement of consideration is not a safeguard against imprudent and improvident contracts except in cases where it appears that there is no bargain in fact