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impetuous (adjective), more impetuous, most impetuous
1. Characterized by acting or doing something quickly and without thought: Mark is an impetuous guy who buys things without realizing what the long term costs will be.
2. A reference to violent force and being reckless, too hasty, and ill-considered: An impetuous person is often someone who has a kind of personality that takes action which may be attractive but impractical and overly impulsive.

Charlie was an impetuous person who seemed to have a tendency to do things quickly without thinking about what the consequences might be.

Hasty decisions.
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Impulsive buying.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ous, -ious, -eous (page 11) peti-, pet-, -pit- (page 2)
impetuous, vehement
impetuous (im PECH yoo uhs) (adjective)
Marked by impulsiveness, often without forethought: Shanna's decision to go on holidays was impetuous and surprised her friends.
vehement (VEE uh muhnt) (adjective)
Descriptive of powerful and deeply felt feelings: Walter was vehement in his denunciation of the nasty articles in the newspaper.

The romantic was frequently impetuous, expressing his deep feelings in a vehement manner; such as, loudly serenading his new love under her balcony.

Word Entries containing the term: “impetuous
competitor impetuous
Acting on the spur of the moment, without considering the consequences as when someone tries to compete against another person or business that is obviously much more capable of succeeding.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “impetuous
Excitable, impulsive, hasty, and rash. (2)