insouciant

[ in-soo-see-uhnt; French an-soo-syahn ]SEE DEFINITION OF insouciant

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Mrs. Chetwinde wandered away, insouciant and observant as ever.

Edestone's reply was as insouciant as if he had been merely commenting on the weather.

Up to this she has led a bird's life, gay, insouciant, free and careless.

More or less—an insouciant manner, and a rather startling button-hole.

There was no secernment between her soul and surface; she was mere, insouciant, with a rare dulcedo.

I watched her, on the opposite footpath, strolling down the shady avenue with an insouciant grace.

Jasper assented with the insouciant docility by which he always acknowledged Gabrielle's astuter intellect.

This young man had a heavy expression of conscious responsibility, before which the insouciant Pake visibly quailed.

Here, under this Southern sun, we of the North are in danger of acquiring a sort of insouciant directness almost primitive.

Or, if he is an insouciant sort of person, he would more properly be titled, Prince Don't-Kar-a-toff.

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