Specimen wages of the tenements these, seemingly inconsistent with the charge of improvidence.
Through their improvidence, the Greeks had neither money nor materials.
To a certain extent the primitive communism acted to prevent the individual from feeling the full force of improvidence.
Instead, you glowered at her, and read her a lecture about extravagance and improvidence.
Gasping, he cursed his improvidence, in not having glued his vision to the place of the light's going.
To what do you attribute that improvidence on the part of the negro laborer?
Indolence and improvidence kept them down, for they were never "up."
The timber had not yet suffered by its owner's improvidence.
He gives this up with an improvidence which seems innate, though perhaps we might attribute it to ignorance.
improvidence and fermage have sounded the knell of the old landed gentry.