The horsemeat scandal has shown just how lackadaisical we are toward the content of processed food here.
She rejected that the idea it was lackadaisical policing that is responsible for such crimes.
The lackadaisical initial response of the police may have led to the loss of key evidence.
Or perhaps his lackadaisical modesty is a mask for grander ambitions that he declines, out of decorum, to acknowledge.
That's the impression you get with their lackadaisical approach to filling the job.
To give every ounce in you to do what you set out to do—no lackadaisical dilettantism—your whole heart in it—and go to it!
The woman short, slight, and lackadaisical, though rather pretty.
While they were getting settled, Frank Hodgson sauntered in, seemingly as lackadaisical and disinterested as ever.
Marriage is a lackadaisical proceeding at best; but there is no resource.
Mrs Bowater surveyed the group with a lackadaisical detachment.
1768 (Sterne), from interjection lackadaisy "alas, alack" (1748), an alteration of lack-a-day (1690s), from alack the day (1590s). Hence, "given to crying 'lack-a-day,' vapidly sentimental." Sense probably altered by influence of lax. Related: Lackadaisically.