And I think that comes through in that devil-may-care attitude.
Under the strain of that feeling, many single men through the ages have adopted a devil-may-care attitude.
Of course, some fans embrace her devil-may-care attitude, championing the actress for staying true to herself.
"You'll find the cuss in there," said a devil-may-care lieutenant, pointing to a brick structure in the centre of the fort.
What a jaunty, ugly, devil-may-care set of fellows they were!
Of all the rivers which, being navigable, do serious work in the world the Rhône is the most devil-may-care and light-hearted.
You may know them by their saucy, chiding, devil-may-care hum.
A more reckless, devil-may-care looking set it would be impossible to find in a year's journey.
They absorb, without volition, their part of the atmosphere of devil-may-care.
Logan had finally lost the devil-may-care attitude, but that fact was small consolation to MacNamara.
1837 (but suggested in other forms by 1793).
Reckless; cavalier: a devil-maycare insouciance (1790s+)