accident prone


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Referring to a person’s real or perceived tendency to suffer from accidents of various types

accident prone

specially susceptible to accidents.
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In contrast, the least accident prone were the Sagittarians for both men and women.
THE accident prone "white van man" has been created by the companies who employ him, according to a new survey.
DRIVERS who are accident prone as a result of their own tendency for losing concentration or becoming distracted, appear to be astonishingly indifferent about it.
In a statement read to the inquest, held in Stourbridge, Mrs Withey, aged 37, said: "Christopher has always been accident prone.
THE search is on for the most accident prone person in the Midlands.
He grunts, he's accident prone, and he's always got a witty - and inappropriate - remark stashed in his tool belt.
ACCIDENT prone yachtsman Tony Bullimore crashed his 102ft catamaran Doha 2006 into a jetty when he arrived in Western Australia yesterday.
Having survived a near disaster with his light aircraft just recently, Mr Ford may find that life tastes a little sweeter over the coming year, although the autumn is again a bit accident prone.
She's accident prone when there's too much on her mind, as may be the case this week.
Accident prone Dubya, who has also choked on a pretzel, joked about the crash afterwards.
ACCIDENT prone George Bush smiles through the pain after a pushbike crash at Gleneagles yesterday which put a Scots policeman in hospital.
The Charlie's Angel star is officially Hollywood's most accident prone leading lady.

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