from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Giving the appearance of carelessness; relaxedly.
- adv. Done without care or attention; inattentively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a careless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a careless manner or way; negligently; heedlessly; inattentively; without care or concern.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a rakish manner
- adv. without caution or prudence
- adv. without care or concern
I think that there needs to be better evidence and the 'torture' needs to be defined clearly, not a term carelessly thrown about to describe interrogation methods that are not employed by the police. ndm
People throw around this term carelessly to describe any video made for the web.
He tried to come in carelessly and casually, but his whole carriage advertised the strong effort of will that compelled his legs to carry his reluctant body thither.
The idea that the resulting product would be considered a limitless resource or treated carelessly is hopelessly naive.
So, Mrs. Clinton is once again carelessly spouting off lies and falsehoods left and right.
Any political candidate who answered this question carelessly is too stupid to govern, but I never meant to imply that either guy was dissembling.
Your arrogance, cockiness and incompetence in the accusations you hurl so carelessly is shocking.
At the sound of the nickname carelessly bestowed upon her Keineth drew in her breath quickly.
When he heard such words dropping carelessly from the lips of the members of this marvellous family, her family, he thrilled with delight.
I prefer English Version. able to save -- a strong incentive to correct our dulness in hearing the word: that word which we hear so carelessly, is able (instrumentally) to save us [Calvin]. souls -- your true selves, for the "body" is now liable to sickness and death: but the soul being now saved, both soul and body at last shall be so (Jas 5: 15, 20).