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Definition of "incaution" [in•cau•tion]

  • A lack of caution. (noun)

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Use "incaution" in a sentence
  • "Research is cited that supposedly shows that readers are vulnerable to a kind of cognitive incaution and "must engage in effortful processing to disbelieve the information they encounter in literary narratives.""
  • "This was the long and short of his incaution: "There's some evidence that the Spanish authorities are trying to identify the referees … and pay them.""
  • "Unfortunately, according to everyone whom Nocera interviewed, with the curmudgeonly exception of Nassim Nicholas Taleb, or Taleb to his cohorts and clients and opponents, this course of what most people would call arrogant incaution was essentially a systemic mandate."