- adv. In an insouciant manner.
“City elders are "insouciantly" unaware of risks to City Creek Center, he warned.”
“He had entered the tiring room unnoticed and was insouciantly lounging against the door-frame.”
“Yet perhaps the most telling vignette came shortly after Rupert had confused Alastair Campbell with David Cameron - possible confirmation that the change of prime ministers is to Murdoch Snr the mere shuffling of junior personnel - when he revealed insouciantly that he always went in the back door of Downing Street because Cameron and others insisted on it.”
“At the breakfast table she eats jam insouciantly with her fingers, and as the crisis emerges, she is uniquely able to placate Claire's child Leo, demonstrating an intuitive wisdom and coming into her own as "Auntie Steel-breaker", the name conferred upon her by said nephew.”
“Today they feature a smiling former supermodel, Inès de La Fressange , as a working mother who insouciantly deals with issues ranging from paperwork to her teenage child.”
“Toward the end of "Shanmukhapriya," Srinivas picked up his mandolin and insouciantly plucked a single, perfect note.”
“As someone bashes insouciantly away on a piano – or is it a piano app?”
“Pedestrians would take over the broad streets, tracing random paths across the intersection or stopping insouciantly smack in the middle to sip a latte, answer a cellphone or chat with a friend.”
“Anyone who has played MW3 for more than, say, 16 hours straight, pictures themselves as Worthington; offering paternalistic guidance to fledgling gamers with one hand, insouciantly lobbing a grenade over the ramparts with the other.”
“With any luck, the greedy, myopic markets will learn their lesson and not lend to governments so insouciantly in the future.”
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