01. I wouldn't get in a car with that guy; he's such a [reckless] driver.02. The police have determined that the accident was caused by [reckless] driving on the part of the truck driver.03. She is a really [reckless] driver; I wouldn't go with her if I were you!04. The captain of the boat showed a [reckless] disregard for the safety of his passengers when he chose to set out in such stormy weather.05. Her [reckless] spending has cost this company a lot of money.06. His [reckless] attitude towards his own safety is going to cost him his life one day.07. We phoned the police after seeing a car being driven [recklessly] at high speed on the highway.08. How many young people die in car crashes brought on by the [recklessness] of youth?09. She has a [reckless] attitude towards relationships, which has made it difficult for her stay with one man for very long.10. The young man was leaning [recklessly] over the railing on the balcony of the highrise apartment.11. The cyclist was racing [recklessly] along the sidewalk, narrowly missing pedestrians.12. Kurt Vonnegut once said, "Don't be [reckless] with other people's hearts, and don't put up with people that are [reckless] with yours."13. Lord Dewar once said that there are only two classes of pedestrians in these days of [reckless] motor traffic: the quick, and the dead.
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