from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Free of worries and responsibilities.
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- adj. Without cares; free of concern or worries; easy; casual; without difficulty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Free of trouble and worry and care.
- adj. nonchalant in a cheerful manner.
- adj. cheerfully irresponsible. Opposite of
- adj. same as unconcerned. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. cheerfully irresponsible
- adj. free of trouble and worry and care
There were political messages, too: opposition to violence, to atheism and what he called carefree consumerism.
The story * does* begin carefree and end almost as horror.
But that implies a certain carefree attitude we cannot allow ourselves.
New Orleans, which always prided itself on being carefree, is now full of headaches and heartaches.
To be leisurely and carefree is endemic to the place.
Friends say they had no inkling of the rage tormenting Stack, whom they called carefree, friendly and professional.
The man who became a legend recalled the carefree days of his youth, gathering wild honey and fruits, drinking warm milk from the udder of a cow, and swimming in clear, cold streams.
But in the back of your mind, there's doubt -- lingering, asking ... where did it go, the so-called carefree, exploratory days of your youth?
Everyone gets a bit drunk and we dance a little, talking until the early hours and aware that after one more term our carefree student days will be over.
Jordan describes their lifestyle as "carefree" - going out with friends and having fun.