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blasé

[ blah-zey, blah-zey; French bla-zey ]
/ blɑˈzeɪ, ˈblɑ zeɪ; French blaˈzeɪ /
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adjective
indifferent to or bored with life; unimpressed, as or as if from an excess of worldly pleasures.

OTHER WORDS FOR blasé

apathetic, jaded, cloyed, sated, glutted, surfeited, world-weary.
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Origin of blasé

1810–20; <French, past participle of blaser to cloy, sicken from surfeit, perhaps <Dutch blasen to blow; see blast
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British Dictionary definitions for blasé

blasé
/ (ˈblɑːzeɪ) /

adjective
indifferent to something because of familiarity or surfeit
lacking enthusiasm; bored

Word Origin for blasé

C19: from French, past participle of blaser to cloy
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