adverb see impetuous

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  • impetuously — impetuous ► ADJECTIVE 1) acting or done quickly and rashly. 2) moving forcefully or rapidly. DERIVATIVES impetuosity noun impetuously adverb impetuousness noun. ORIGIN Latin impetuosus, from impetere to attack …   English terms dictionary

  • Impetuously — Impetuous Im*pet u*ous, a. [F. impetueux, L. impetuosus. See {Impetus}.] 1. Rushing with force and violence; moving with impetus; furious; forcible; violent; as, an impetuous wind; an impetuous torrent. [1913 Webster] Went pouring forward with… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • impetuously — See impetuous. * * * …   Universalium

  • impetuously — adverb In an impetuous manner; with sudden force; violently; rashly …   Wiktionary

  • impetuously — Synonyms and related words: a corps perdu, abruptly, bang, carelessly, dash, desperately, furiously, happen what may, hastily, head over heels, headfirst, headforemost, headlong, heedlessly, heels over head, helter skelter, holus bolus, hotfoot,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • impetuously — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. hastily, thoughtlessly, heedlessly; see carelessly , foolishly , rashly …   English dictionary for students

  • impetuously — adv. hastily, recklessly, without caution, impulsive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • impetuously — im·pet·u·ous·ly …   English syllables

  • impetuously — See: impetuous …   English dictionary

  • impetuously — adverb in an impulsive or impetuous way; without taking cautions he often acts impulsively and later regrets it • Syn: ↑impulsively • Derived from adjective: ↑impulsive (for: ↑impulsively), ↑impetuous …   Useful english dictionary

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