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Jeffery “blasé” Tsang, an American DPS player and one of the two players on the Spitfire roster not coming from the Hurricane, said he’ll be based in Los Angeles at the start of the season.

The signature tremble in his voice can either sound urgent, as if he were shivering in the cold, or artfully blasé, as if he were singing along to a Ready for the World tune in his ear buds as he prowls the frozen foods aisle.

“For security, Mom,” he responded, equally incredulous that I could be so blasé about such matters.

Occasionally, one will plod into a nearby community, looking as blasé as a shopper on his way to the grocery store.

I’ve become fairly blasé about these cold-blooded creatures.

From Fortune

All the blase girls—the San Francisco girls do get so blase, poor things—are threatening to go in for chickens.

St. Blase prayed and made the sign of the cross over the boy, and behold, he was cured.

I can stand a surprising amount of this, and am by no means blase yet.

They were long blase on oaths; they numbered among themselves veterans and virtuosi of perjury.

He had what Carley called the New York masculine face, blase and lined, with eyes that gleamed, yet had no fire.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blase, such as: apathetic, bored, cool, disenchanted, fed up, and indifferent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.