- caregiver speech,
Origin of careless
Examples from the Web for careless
Giving prisoners a chance at redemption is a good idea; but we were too careless, and innocent people suffered because it it.
Now “Marie Claire” says “Newsweek” is guilty of careless reporting.Who’s Telling The Truth About Somaly Mam? A Smashed Icon, A Media Brawl—and a Comeback|Lloyd Grove|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Victims of careless ‘dox’ attempts say the consequences are miserable.
One hopes we will never have to repeat such a careless cruise ship disaster to find out.
In July 2008, candidate Obama promised he would be “as careful getting out of Iraq as we were careless getting in.”
Carlier said to Kayerts in a careless tone: "I say, chief, I might just as well give him a lift with this lot into the store."Tales of Unrest|Joseph Conrad
We must once have had such a race in our cow-boys and Texas rangers—level-eyed, careless men who know no masters, only equals.Golden Lads|Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason
His sudden sense of her nearness and beauty belied the careless words.Harriet and the Piper|Kathleen Norris
As a matter of course, they went in, and had a good meal off a loaf which the careless table-maid had left standing on the shelf.The Animal Story Book|Various
But now the pack began to rouse up and show its rage under the calm, careless, defiant contempt with which it was being treated.The Lost Middy|George Manville Fenn
Old English carleas "free from anxiety; unconcerned," from care (n.) + -less; a compound probably from Proto-Germanic. Original senses extinct by mid-17c.; main modern meaning "not paying attention, inattentive, not taking due care" is first recorded 1560s (in carelessly).