Negligence in a sentence

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negligence;

[noun] failure to take proper care of; the  state of neglecting;

The driver of the bus that hit the two children has been found guilty of criminal negligence causing death.

A person who willfully or by negligence infringes Section 7a, first or third paragraph, shall be sentenced to a fine.

In September, a federal court in New Orleans found BP guilty of gross negligence under the Clean Water Act.

The 15 crew members face charges ranging from negligence to homicide for abandoning the ship.

I’m displeased at your negligence.

Maribeth sued the MDC for negligence, claiming that it had failed to protect mountain bikers by not warning them that the gate, which was usually open, was now closed.

The negligence and lies are increasingly apparent.

The building’s architect was sued for criminal negligence after the collapse during the earthquake.