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improvident (adjective), more improvident, most improvident
1. Relating to not having foresight about what can or will happen; incautious, unwary about future needs: Mark's improvident spending splurges and abnormal lack of concern about his retirement resulted in his not having enough money to live on and ending up as a homeless beggar.
2. Etymology: from Latin improvidus, "not foreseeing".
Not providing for the future, lacking foresight.
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Not getting ready for what can or will happen or what will be needed in the future. (1)