View definitions for casual
adjective as in chance, random
adjective as in nonchalant, relaxed in manner
According to a poll we conducted in partnership with the market research firm Ipsos in early May, basketball is one of the sports with the highest share of “major” or “casual” fans identifying as Democrats.
If you take even a casual interest in cryptocurrency markets, there’s a good chance you’ve heard the term DeFi, which is short for decentralized finance.
Outfitters like Columbia and Patagonia have long made casual frocks meant for traveling or lounging at camp.
Modern dress—slacks, dress shirts, the uniform of casual businessmen.
That was so odd when that came across the timeline in such a casual way.
After four or five months of casual interaction, they realized they both had lost a young parent to cancer.
And it was such casual racism by people in the halls of power.
Oh, the heaven and hell wrought by the casual use of a pronoun.
He was not a man given to casual affectionate display; the moment was charged with emotion.
They “hook up” in a manner that makes the casual sex of the 1960s seem like an arranged marriage in Oman.
"I was just going to ask you if you all came through together," he observed, in a casual tone.
The intensity of this drama, however, being interior, caused little outward disturbance that casual onlookers need have noticed.
It was painfully evident to the most casual observer, that she had died of absolute starvation.
There must be something therefore in the bow, as well as in the violin, more than meets the eye of a casual observer.
A casual search of the bar and back room revealed both nearly empty, a natural condition just before dawn.
On this page you'll find 181 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to casual, such as: occasional, offhand, spontaneous, accidental, adventitious, and by chance.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.