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adverb as in accidentally

adverb as in nonchalantly

adverb as in incidentally

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Approach it in a casual fashion and it’s a leisurely two-hour spin—more than enough to clear your head.

She added those who are employed often have unstable jobs that include casual labor and factory work.

Our roundup includes Apple's latest-generation iPad for $299, which is a $30 discount from Apple's MSRP for a tablet we still consider commendable for casual users.

I’ve always been badly distracted by noise, even the casual background conversation that most people seem to power right through.

Whenever we spend time together as a family, during holidays, vacations or casual barbecues, we always sit and have conversations about current events, what our three kids are up to, their plans for travel, etc.

Lennon casually told some DC friends about it and found there was local interest in establishing Dinner Parties.

John came to see The Realistic Joneses and we went out to dinner after and talked casually about the show, but that was it.

Many mercenaries slaughtered their way to power, casually betraying even close family to secure their fortunes.

Some, like Norman Mailer, adopted the cooler pose of being casually interested in the possibility.

Those wearing jeans or trainers will not be admitted and casually dressed members of the media will be turned away.

"Five riders an' four extra hosses, if I ain't read the sign wrong," Piegan casually remarked.

"Of course Tim has made some friends," she said, glancing up from her work very casually.

On being afterwards casually exposed to variolous infection, she had the Small-pox in a mild way.

As she came close to the queen, a lady-in-waiting rose up quite casually and moved away, and Jessie slipped into the vacant seat.

Wilson eased down the aisle, casually pushing a woman out of his way, and glanced over his victim's shoulder.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to casually, such as: by chance, inadvertently, and unintentionally.

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