ETYM Old Eng. casuel, French casuel, from Latin casualis, from casus fall, accident, from cadere to fall. Related to Case.
1. Employed in a specified capacity from time to time; SYN. occasional.
2. Hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough; SYN. cursory, passing, perfunctory.
3. Marked by blithe unconcern; SYN. insouciant, nonchalant.
4. Not showing effort or strain; SYN. effortless.
5. Suited for everyday use; SYN. everyday.
6. Without or seeming to be without plan or method; offhand.
ETYM Old Eng. debonere, Old Fren. de bon aire, debonaire, of good descent or lineage, excellent, debonair, French débonnaire debonair; de of (Latin de) + bon good (Latin bonus) + aire. Related to Air, and Bounty, Bonair.
Having a sophisticated charm; SYN. debonaire, debonnaire, suave.
Mild-tempered; generally agreeable with others, and willing to submit to the will of the group.
1. Inclined to be excessively tolerant.
2. Not stressful.
3. Taking life easy; SYN. placid.
4. Unhurried and relaxed; SYN. laid-back, mellow. SYN. easy-going.
nonchalant / nɑːnʃəlɑːnt /
ETYM French, from non not (Latin non) + chaloir to concern one's self for, from Latin calere to be warm, to be inflamed with desire, to be troubled. Related to Non-, and Caldron.
Indifferent; careless; cool.
Having an air of easy unconcern or indifference.
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