informal

[ in-fawr-muhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF informal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFORMAL

"Quite an informal affair," she said, in announcing her intention.

Now and then he appeared at some professor's informal reception.

Such an invitation is acknowledged in kind—by an informal note.

I tell him I have "informal" news from the French but dare not take action on that.

In Bengali this word has come to mean an informal uninvited gathering.

If that is an informal note, the acceptance or regret is sent in the same style.

Breakfasts may be homelike, informal affairs, or quite ceremonious.

And, friend, you don't get informal with a clansman when he's on guard.

It was a bright, amusing letter, as informal as her own had been stiff.

After the salutatory phrase at the beginning of a letter, when informal.

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