Origin of reckless
SYNONYMS FOR reckless
Related formsreck·less·ly, adverbreck·less·ness, noun
Can be confusedfeckless reckless
Examples from the Web for recklessly
By recklessly accusing your opponents of racism, you have turned back the clock on race relations in this country.An Open Letter to Attorney General Eric Holder: It’s Not About Race|Ron Christie|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This claim, recklessly tossed about by those on the right, has been roundly dismissed by PolitiFact as false.In Susan B. Anthony List Cast, Supreme Court Votes for the Right to Lie|Sally Kohn|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The symbolic vocabulary of Twin Peaks was properly literary, by which I mean it was personal, whimsical, and recklessly satirical.‘True Detective,’ Obsessive-Compulsive Noir, and ‘Twin Peaks’|Jimmy So|March 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is now evident, however, that Mortenson recklessly betrayed this trust, damaging his credibility beyond repair.
The U.S. system of government is badly failing—and is recklessly complacent about it.
He was one who had recklessly staked his own life that he might keep his promise to her.The Garden of Swords|Max Pemberton
Perhaps the composition of his love would hardly bear looking into, but it was recklessly frank and not quite mercenary.A Laodicean|Thomas Hardy
His heart was in his mouth as he saw how recklessly Fleming was speeding.Baseball Joe in the World Series|Lester Chadwick
Promises may be recklessly and extravagantly made merely for the sake of getting votes.The Spirit of American Government|J. Allen Smith
The light from the Cavendish hearth continued to brighten the scene, for Polly was recklessly sacrificing her best straw tick.The Prodigal Judge|Vaughan Kester