insouciant : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in soohs yuhnt

  • s  marked by blithe unconcern
    an utterly insouciant financial policy
    an elegantly insouciant manner

  • Her story told now, not obviously aided by the diary which persons of her generation and breeding always kept, has an insouciant vitality interesting to contemplate in a day .
  • In the teeth of what could prove a real crisis, many Britons are remarkably insouciant, including London's remarkably insouciant mayor, Boris Johnson.
  • Resourcefully backed by the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra (at times cut down to nifty combos), Pizzarelli is at his best in hip readings of the insouciant Yes Sir, That's My Baby .
News & Articles

  • West Ham vs. Manchester City: Score, Grades and Post-Match Reaction
    Manchester City rounded off one of the most one-sided Capital One Cup semi-final victories in recent memory—if not the most one-sided—with a 3-0 victory over West Ham United on Tuesday. City will now await either city rivals Manchester United or Sunderland in the final at Wembley   after they completed a 9-0 aggregate victory with insouciant ease. Alvaro Negredo scored his 22nd and 23rd goals of ...
    Jan. 21, 2014 - Bleacher Report

  • Rex Stewart in Wall Street Journal
    What he carried with him,[musician] Rex Stewart said, "was the aroma of red beans and rice . . . he conveyed this to the world by the insouciant challenge of his loping walk, the cap on his head tilted at an angle, which back home meant:...
  • Michael Shermer in Sify
    As Shermer writes, "These findings match our intuitions: we all know people who seem incessantly insouciant and energetically enthusiastic for life despite having suffered slings and arrows that would fell those with lesser dispositions. And we all...

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