the quality or fact of doing things suddenly without considering the results of your actions: She has a youthful impetuosity. It was a moment of reckless impetuosity.
: act or do it quickly and without thinking : impulsively, an impetuous decision.
Adjective. of, relating to, or characterized by sudden or rash acts, emotions, etc.; impulsive: an impetuous decision; an impetuous person. with great dynamics; move with great force; fierce: the impetuous winds.
Noun, plural in pet u os i ties for 2. the quality or condition of being impetuous. an impetuous action.
Definitions of impetuous. Adjective. characterized by excessive haste and lack of thought or consideration. Synonyms for “a boisterous display of spending and gambling”: smart, hot-headed, impulsive, crazy, lurid, careless.
the state or quality of action, or the tendency to act rashly or without due consideration: it was an act of rashness and presumption.
A few weeks ago we explored a newly invented word: hustle. Its meaning is hectic or overwhelmed or stressed or overwhelmed or multitasking etc. It is the state many of us find ourselves in on a daily basis.
Noun, plural im petus es. a moving force; Pulse; Impulses: The funding for the construction of the opera house gave new impulses to the city’s cultural life.
drift. (transitive) To urge a person; push on; to stimulate action or movement by intrinsic motivation (as opposed to extrinsically driving, coercing, or impelling).
1. Primitive or undeveloped in culture and customs; uncivilized. 2. Lack of sophistication or culture; coarse: inappropriate, barbaric behavior.
When you describe someone as impetuous, you mean that they probably act quickly and suddenly, without thinking or being cautious. He was young and impetuous.
impulsive. Adjective. Someone who is impulsive tends to do things without thinking about what will happen as a result.
The opposite of drive or ambition in achieving one’s goals. apathy. Cowardice. Discouragement. obstacle.