be rash

See: forejudge
References in classic literature ?
It would be rash to predict how Passepartout's lively nature would agree with Mr.
And it was vexatious that Lawyer Gore was not more like him, but was a bald, round-featured man, with bland manners and fat hands; a game-cock that you would be rash to bet upon against Wakem.
It would not perhaps be rash to predict, that as a mean of influence it will be found to outweigh all the peculiar attributes of the Senate.