Definition of fecklessly in English:



  • See feckless

    • ‘Therefore, we need men and women in both parties who understand its gravity and who, whatever they think of the tactics or the domestic agendas of their rivals, will not fecklessly cut and run if they reach the White House.’
    • ‘The major common factor with people who make resolutions is that the vast majority break them within hours or days of making them, yet will fecklessly resolve again in similar fashion the same time next year.’
    • ‘Jenkins then goes on to discredit younger consumers as fecklessly fickle.’