foolhardy (comparative foolhardier, superlative foolhardiest)
- mark#Verb|Marked by unthinking recklessness with disregard for danger; boldly rash; hotheaded.
- 1876, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], chapter VI, in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Hartford, Conn.: The American Publishing Company, OCLC 1000326417 ↗, page 68 ↗:
- The master's pulse stood still, and he stared helplessly. The buzz of study ceased. The pupils wondered if this fool-hardy boy had lost his mind.
- French: tête brûlée
- German: töricht, tollkühn, vermessen, verwegen, ungestüm, hitzköpfig, dummdreist, waghalsig
- Italian: avventato, spericolato, imprudente, dissennato
- Russian: безрассу́дно хра́брый
- Spanish: temerario