Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being casual; casuality.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being casual.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The state of being casual.
  • noun A relaxed and nonchalant attitude.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a casual manner

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Examples

  • A certain casualness, almost freedom, in the way the prisoners (except, of course, the ones in the segregation sector) walk around in the hallways, talking, pausing if they want, and in the way they are dressed.

    In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part Three)

  • A certain casualness, almost freedom, in the way the prisoners (except, of course, the ones in the segregation sector) walk around in the hallways, talking, pausing if they want, and in the way they are dressed.

    In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part Three)

  • Whether that muddle comes from Mr. Emmerich, I don’t know, but the casting of David Thewlis, languid romantic werewolf, as old, fat, gouty Burghley suggests a certain casualness about mere historicity.

    History

  • Whether that muddle comes from Mr. Emmerich, I don’t know, but the casting of David Thewlis, languid romantic werewolf, as old, fat, gouty Burghley suggests a certain casualness about mere historicity.

    Stromata Blog:

  • Whether that muddle comes from Mr. Emmerich, I don’t know, but the casting of David Thewlis, languid romantic werewolf, as old, fat, gouty Burghley suggests a certain casualness about mere historicity.

    Film

  • Whether that muddle comes from Mr. Emmerich, I don’t know, but the casting of David Thewlis, languid romantic werewolf, as old, fat, gouty Burghley suggests a certain casualness about mere historicity.

    Stromata Blog

  • Whether that muddle comes from Mr. Emmerich, I don’t know, but the casting of David Thewlis, languid romantic werewolf, as old, fat, gouty Burghley suggests a certain casualness about mere historicity.

    Anti-Stratfordianism on the Screen

  • Whether that muddle comes from Mr. Emmerich, I don’t know, but the casting of David Thewlis, languid romantic werewolf, as old, fat, gouty Burghley suggests a certain casualness about mere historicity.

    Shakespeare Controversies

  • Her casualness was a way to diminish her concerns about my reaction or, perhaps, to encourage a nonchalant response from me.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

  • Her casualness was a way to diminish her concerns about my reaction or, perhaps, to encourage a nonchalant response from me.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

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