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casualness

ka zhuh wuhl nes

  • n  a casual manner

  • It was furthered by increased weekend living, during which men assumed a dressed-up casualness.
  • My sincere view is that the commitment of our forces to this fight was done with a casualness and swagger that are the special province of those who have never had to execute these .
  • CBS's seasoned twosome of Ed Murrow and Eric Severeid was seen only fleetingly, bantering the big picture with the casualness of network executives at a ball game.
News & Articles

  • The Mantles
    Long Enough to Leave by Sam Lefebvre Michael Olivares and Virginia Weatherby started The Mantles in 2007 on a whim. Since then, the band has retained its casualness and has never been in a hurry to release new material.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    June 19, 2013 - East Bay Express
Quotes

  • Sir Alex Ferguson in Telegraph.co.uk
    I don't know if it's over-confidence, (but) I think there's always been a casual part of Rio's game, ever since he was a kid,Ferguson said. "That casualness has been an advantage to him at times and at other times, particularly in his...
  • Mark Kirk in Gant Daily
    Kirk, a five-term congressman, told the Chicago Sun-Times last week his claims were the result of "a casualness with which I sometimes describe military details."
  • Lindy Ruff in Buffalo News
    The casualness on the third goal just killed me. Killed me,Ruff said. "Just box Samsonov off, keep him away from the net. That was the type of casualness we showed on the first goal against. We could have easily shot that down the ice, off...

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