- castro valley,
- castro, cipriano,
- castro, fidel,
- casual contact,
- casual friday,
Origin of casual
Examples from the Web for casual
After four or five months of casual interaction, they realized they both had lost a young parent to cancer.
Oh, the heaven and hell wrought by the casual use of a pronoun.
He was not a man given to casual affectionate display; the moment was charged with emotion.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They “hook up” in a manner that makes the casual sex of the 1960s seem like an arranged marriage in Oman.Up to a Point: They Made Me Write About Lena Dunham|P. J. O’Rourke|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We cannot expect to have a casual relationship with heritage.
Introduction is a formality and a bore, and is never resorted to by your well-bred host, save in a casual way.The Young Duke|Benjamin Disraeli
We had separated as though it were the most casual parting in the world.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
A casual examination of the list of his loves, reciprocated or spurned, would make a companion to that of Weimar.Egoists|James Huneker
He understood her innocent little subterfuge of being out for a casual stroll just at this time.Cursed|George Allan England
We heard that many skeletons and relics had been found there by casual excavating, and so went up to try our luck.The Crest of the Continent|Ernest Ingersoll
Word Origin for casual
late 14c., "subject to or produced by chance," from Middle French casuel (15c.), from Late Latin casualis "by chance," from Latin casus "chance, occasion, opportunity; accident, event" (see case (n.1)).
Of persons, in the sense of "not to be depended on, unmethodical," it is attested from 1883; meaning "showing lack of interest" is from 1916. Of clothes, "informal," from 1939. Related: Casually.