lackadaisical

[ lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF lackadaisical

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The last words of his speech he whined out in a lackadaisical tone.

Our interest in the thing is all lackadaisical, a kind of bun-fight of pet notions.

The woman short, slight, and lackadaisical, though rather pretty.

Marriage is a lackadaisical proceeding at best; but there is no resource.

Don't indulge in tête-à-têtes, or in lackadaisical glances of the eye.

And it was the pokiest, most rubbishy, lackadaisical village I ever saw.

Most lackadaisical of all was the older boy who had Sicilia.

Charity is never weak, sentimental, lackadaisical, or cowardly.

Mrs Bowater surveyed the group with a lackadaisical detachment.

Something's got hold of you lately; you're not quite so lackadaisical as you used to be.

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