Origin of insouciant
OTHER WORDS FROM insouciantin·sou·ci·ant·ly, adverb
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How to use insouciant in a sentence
Her poems are marked by an insouciant sense of hope, something she sees as a necessity in these times.Poet Tracy K. Smith on Finding Joy During an Unbearable Year|Cady Lang|September 28, 2021|Time
It is an example of insouciant royal play, and the fun of something going wrong.
Because he is a mouthy, insouciant rascal with a great shtick.
Together they read like a dive-bar lecture series: insouciant, slightly surly, mock profound.
With that mask on, I fluff the ends of my hair into a structured but insouciant flip.
There was no secernment between her soul and surface; she was mere, insouciant, with a rare dulcedo.
More or less—an insouciant manner, and a rather startling button-hole.
Adversity came to the insouciant grey battery, adversity quickening to disaster.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
At St Malo, as the tide ebbed, all the delightfully insouciant and cheery French world congregated.Love's Usuries|Louis Creswicke
Indolent, insouciant and apathetic, the Arab lives to-day as in the past, indifferent to all progress.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets|Francis Miltoun