- casual + -ism (Wiktionary)
“For free" is nothing worse than a "casualism," according to The Oxford Dictionary of American Usage and Style.”
“This was no obvious gaffe as it would have been had it emanated from the lips of George Bush, oh no, this was perhaps a "knowing casualism".”
“It was a sort of telepathic warning that he was not taking his personal disaster with quite the same decent casualism that everyone else was prepared to afford it and they were all, in spite of their own worries, a little embarrassed by it.”
“I believe that we have great opportunities to create 'contemporary decoration that is part of our digital and information age, part of our shrinking borderless world, and part of our new movement of individualism, casualism, and spiritualism.”
“This despite the usagist Ted Bernstein’s condemnation of it as “a casualism that has no place in serious writing” at bastions of good grammar like The New York Times.”
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