Definition of irresponsible:
positive, loose, happy-go-lucky, unequivocal, carefree, lax, unreasonable, feckless, domineering, careful, unreliable, freewheeling, flighty, controlling, kamikaze, unstable, autocratic, peremptory, coercive, unconditional, harum-scarum, idle, ill-considered, giddy, dogmatic, shallow, tyrannical, unpredictable, imperious, arrogant, extreme, irrational, hysterical, trigger-happy, imperative, hasty, exacting, wrong, childish, ridiculous, scatterbrained, perverse, arbitrary, mindless, unthinking, overbearing, head-in-the-clouds, immoral, supreme, unaccountable, do-nothing, compulsive, foolish, undiscriminating, slaphappy, dictatorial, absolute, compulsory, devil-may-care, absurd, commanding, shiftless, despotic, hell-for-leather, haughty, authoritative, unconcerned, lordly.
irresolute (part of speech: adjective)
- reckless (part of speech: adjective)
- rash (part of speech: adjective)
Apart from the totally irresponsible and illegal character of the tribunal before which they were summoned- the Blood- Council being a private institution of Alva's without pretext or commission- these nobles acknowledged the jurisdiction of but three courts.- "The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74", John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: January 25, 2009.
- "Ethan Frome", Edith Wharton.
I have to say that your views, and those of most extreme politicians, are such as none but men in an irresponsible position can advocate; that they are purely opposition views, meant only to be talked about, and never intended to be acted on.- "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.