They are now doomed to a lifetime's torment, reminded of their foolhardiness every time someone tries to call.
When the engineer at last caught sight of him it was with a feeling of anger at what he regarded as the foolhardiness of the boy.
The Major said that it was foolhardiness; the Captain bantered me to go.
The pronoun is emphatic: it means to say, His foolhardiness is My doing and cannot go beyond My will: thou art safe.
Better as it is: over-caution is as great an error as foolhardiness.
Lady Deppingham had just been guilty of a most astounding piece of foolhardiness, and he was discussing it with the Enemy.
On the top of a hill near by Peter bemoaned his losses and, it is said, his foolhardiness.
This was done with all the foolhardiness inseparable from a display which the vulgar are only too apt to regard as miraculous.
How many lives are lost through ignorance and foolhardiness!
It is not easy for a man well provided with weapons to pursue an armed Indian, but to attempt it unarmed is foolhardiness.