devil-may-care[ dev-uh l-mey-kair ]SEE DEFINITION OF devil-may-care
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The Texan with his devil-may-care ways that masked the real character of him.
The devil-may-care spirit was always a great factor with the men.
What a jaunty, ugly, devil-may-care set of fellows they were!
He was a devil-may-care 43 Irishman, brimful of the virtues and the vices of his race.
You may know them by their saucy, chiding, devil-may-care hum.
They absorb, without volition, their part of the atmosphere of devil-may-care.
She was thinking of Beefy—dear, kind-hearted, devil-may-care, old Beefy.
Did you catch the compliment of this devil-may-care youngster who is in the trap with us?
Why had she left her convent, if not at the instigation of the merry-eyed, devil-may-care Bindo?
Just a devil-may-care bunch that raises hell when it strikes town.
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