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imprōvĭdus (inpr- ), a, um, adj. 2. in-providus,
I.not foreseeing, not anticipating, improvident (class.; syn.: incautus, imprudens, inconsultus).
(γ). With inf.: “hasta improvida servasse spatium campi distantis,Sil. 4, 286.—Adv.: imprōvĭdē , improvidently: “se in praeceps dare,Liv. 27, 27, 11; Col. 6, 17, 35.
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