The quality of being improvident; want of foresight or thrift.(noun)
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Use "improvidence" in a sentence
"But, unfortunately, that improvidence which is so remarkable in their kindred tribes is also with them proof against the repeated lessons of bitter experience they are doomed to endure."
"(the virtue whose opposite is "improvidence" or being a spendthrift) as not real virtues at all because they benefit only their possessor."
"Bank of America declined to comment on specifics of the case but pointed to a court filing in which the bank argued that "a lender has no duty to investigate or disclose the improvidence of a debtor's proposed investment.""