casual[ kazh-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF casual
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Every day I meet men who tell the most wonderful stories in the most casual way.
His large voice was modulated to kindliness as he spoke in a casual manner.
It came in a most casual voice, despite the dancing delight in her face.
Kingozi's attention, however, now narrowed to a smaller circle than the casual.
But in her the action was so casual, so absent, that it did not affect me disagreeably.
She can't even hide its deadly intensity from the casual bystander!
Will an author choose to address the selected guests or the casual crowd?
My information is authentic, for I had a casual acquaintance with him in England.
If anything, she was the more noticeable of the two to the casual observer.
Of this exhibition dancing was a casual ornament, as it is of life.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CASUAL
- beside the point