negligent |ˈnegləjənt|adjectivefailing to take proper care in doing something : directors have been negligent in the performance of their duties.
Indeed you can use it in a sentence. For example "My friend was negligent to tell me that she had already got some milk from the shop."
When the workload is heavy at my job, I'm often negligent with chores around the house.
The directors have been negligent in the performance of their duties.
The bible use the word anoint to describe the power of God that brings deliverance in a person's life
The negligent children left their toys in the driveway so that their mom had to park in the street in order to clear them.
Many minor dents on the front and back of his car indicated his negligent parking behaviour.
"Noel" is derived from the Latin word for "birth" or "birthday," and does not appear in the Bible.
My best guess would be neglect.
No, the word "catholic" is not found in any version of the Bible.
to learn and believe the word of God
The word, jackass, does not appear in the King James Bible. It appears that I am not allowed to use the word in jackass without the jack; but that word that I am not allowed to mention, appears 80 times in the Bible.
more negligent, most negligent
The letters 'ETLGNNIEG' can unscramble to spell one word.This nine lettered word is negligent.
remiss, sloppy, shoddy
I am not sure the word "Rev" appears in the Bible. It is an abbreviation for Reverend, a synonym for a Christian minister. But in Bible times, this word was not in use. In fact, it did not come into use till the 15th century.
There are 226 hits for the term 'lie' in the NIV Bible. Use link below to see them.
they use only use it 500 times
Rose of Sharon
The word remiss means negligent, or neglectful. It can use various following prepositions.Examples:"The dog's owner was remiss in not walking it daily.""It would be remiss of any good citizen to fail to vote."