Synonym: careless, inattentive, indifferent, neglectful, remiss. Similar words: diligent, diligently, intelligent, intelligence agency, diligence, indigent, belligerent, neglect. Meaning: ['neglɪdʒənt] adj. 1. characterized by neglect and undue lack of concern 2. marked by insufficient care or attention.
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1, She was negligent in her work.
2, I was negligent, I admit it.
3, The report stated that Dr Brady had been negligent in not giving the patient a full examination.
4, The judge said that the teacher had been negligent in allowing the children to swim in dangerous water.
5, The hospital was negligent in the way it looked after this young man.
6, The school had been negligent in not informing the child's parents about the incident.
7, The jury determined that the airline was negligent in training and supervising the crew.
8, The judge held that the company had been negligent.
9, He gave a negligent shrug.
10, She was taxed with negligence/with having been negligent.
11, Mr Brown was found guilty of negligent driving.
12, She wrote him down as negligent.
13, Retrospectively, it seems as if they probably were negligent.
14, The Council had acted in a negligent manner.
15, He waved his hand in a negligent gesture.
16, The plaintiff must prove that the defendant was negligent.
17, He was negligent of his duties.
18, The court found him to be negligent over the loss of ￡18 million by the local authority.
19, If the government is proved negligent, compensation will be payable.
20, The committee heard that he had been negligent in his duty.
21, Kitty was characterized as a negligent mother.
22, Do not, I repeat,[http://sentencedict.com/negligent.html] do not be negligent.
23, Prosecutors have said that possible charges include negligent homicide, involuntary manslaughter and second-degree murder.
24, The company intends to appeal against the ruling that it was negligent.
25, The statute referred to relatives having a claim for damages when a person died from injuries sustained because of a negligent act.
26, The defence of necessity succeeded in the trespass action as the police had not been negligent in creating the emergency.
27, If a teacher fails to exercise reasonable care to protect his or her students from injury, the teacher is negligent.
28, However, the degree of severity of the indictment, which could range from negligent homicide to second-degree murder, remains unclear.
29, Inadequate professional services are services which fall below an acceptable standard, but are short of negligent work.
30, If teachers do not use reasonable care, there is a breach of duty, and they are negligent.
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