accident-prone


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accident-prone

[′ak·sə‚dent ‚prōn]
(medicine)
Predisposed to sustain more accidents than others exposed to the same hazard.
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The situation may be different here, but (the much older) David Jason is still being asked to play a man who has a good heart but who is also a hapless and hopeless, accident-prone buffoon.
AN UNLUCKY mum was yesterday crowned Scotland's most accident-prone person.
AN accident-prone man is trying to trace the paramedic who helped him twice in the same week - to say thank you.
Friday is the most accident-prone day of the week, with Sunday the safest day;
Accident-prone schoolboy Wayne's In Pain is joining The Bash Street Kids, who feature in The Beano.
First-time feature director Tom Vaughan doesn't try anything too flashy, concentrating on Brian's accident-prone journey of self-discovery.
All in all, we'd have been better off with a cartoon about the adventures of a bellowing dog and an accident-prone cat.
Accident-prone Kirsty first thought of the idea on a visit to the minor injuries department at the Kirkleatham Street hospital after cutting her leg.
He stars here as Johnny English, an accident-prone secret agent who is called in to protect England's Queen and her crown jewels from Pascal Sauvage, an evil French businessman.
ACCIDENT-PRONE David Spear has broken virtually every bone in his body, spent four years in hospital and been hit by vehicles 12 times.
Team members identify many potential accident-prone situations.
Diosi noticed there were conflicting viewpoints at the Sudbury conference among ergonomists, occupational health professionals and researchers as to whether or not older workers gradually become less productive on the job and more accident-prone.