flippant[ flip-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF flippant
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She turned away instantly, with a flippant lift and drop of both hands.
It was a flippant, vulgar book, the outcome of a flippant, vulgar mind.
The captain was, in his opinion, altogether too flippant and jolly.
"Then leave it to Him," was the flippant answer; and Joseph drained his glass.
Every one laughed at his jokes, but to me they seemed superficial and flippant.
It never was safe, even in the quietest times, to be flippant with Crossan.
Here is a subject which even the flippant cannot long ignore.
The effect it had produced on the man's mind was anything but flippant.
She looked at him sternly as she spoke, as though defying him to be flippant in return.
There was flippant raillery in her voice as she repeated her question.
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