Verb (used with object) : to precipitate an international crisis. ,He precipitated himself into the struggle. From Dictionary.com.
Adjective : a precipitate fall down the stairs. ,a precipitate retreat. ,a precipitate stop; a precipitate decision. ,a precipitate marriage. From Dictionary.com.
Laughing a little, pulling at his blond mustache in a gesture of conquest, his kindling eyes glinting down at her, "You must forgive the precipitateness -- of a lover," he murmured. From Wordnik.com. [The Fortieth Door] Reference
In this sense, the first of Descartes's rules of method in the Discourse is an Academic principle, perhaps the only one: to avoid precipitateness and prejudice and to rely only on one's own ability to discern the truth. From Wordnik.com. [This, About The Man I Met Out Here In Nearly Nowhere] Reference
It is owing to a natural crudity and precipitateness of the imagination, which assimilates nothing properly to itself. From Wordnik.com. [The Bed-Book of Happiness] Reference
In the corridor that morning Vona had shown that too much precipitateness alarmed her; he might go too far in five more stanzas. From Wordnik.com. [When Egypt Went Broke] Reference
Stewart had appeared so abruptly, he towered so dominantly, that a stranger would have expected a general precipitateness of personality and speech to go with his looks. From Wordnik.com. [All-Wool Morrison] Reference
Bank requires homeowners insurance earthy latest precipitateness. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Brokaw: Hussein Execution ‘Resembled The Worst Kind Of Nightmare Out Of The Old American West’] Reference
Lavish.wreckage:precipitateness Visigoths?. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Leader of Michigan Initiative To End Affirmative Action Welcomes Ku Klux Klan Support] Reference
He declared, therefore, that he would not go; it would be folly, indeed, he cried, of his own accord, to throw away, by over precipitateness, what was most valuable and most necessary to him, when although there was a danger of losing it, there was nevertheless a chance that it might be preserved. From Wordnik.com. [The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 02 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English. in Twenty Volumes] Reference
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