accident prone


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Referring to a person’s real or perceived tendency to suffer from accidents of various types

accident prone

specially susceptible to accidents.
References in periodicals archive ?
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.
Tenders are invited for 2013 14 Traffic Safety measures NH 220 Kollam Theni Road Widening and improving the accident prone curves at ch 155 and 159 900
ACCIDENT prone yachtsman Tony Bullimore crashed his 102ft catamaran Doha 2006 into a jetty when he arrived in Western Australia yesterday.
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.
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.
is planning to offer two deals for two of Israel s most accident prone stretches of highway.
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.
Presentee-ism" is the name for a new phenomenon where workers are turning up to work hung-over or accident prone and not being able to get their job done.

Full browser ?