noun, plural po·co·cu·ran·ti [poh-koh-koo-ran-tee, -rahn-, -kyoo-; Italian paw-kaw-koo-rahn-tee] /ˌpoʊ koʊ kʊˈræn ti, -ˈrɑn-, -kyʊ-; Italian ˌpɔ kɔ kuˈrɑn ti/.
Origin of pococurante
Related Words for pococuranteindifferent, indiscreet, inaccurate, wasteful, hasty, irresponsible, forgetful, lackadaisical, negligent, nonchalant, thoughtless, lax, sloppy, casual, reckless, easygoing, offhand, informal, homey, folksy
Examples from the Web for pococurante
Historical Examples of pococurante
While they were waiting for dinner Pococurante ordered a concert.
Martin found there was a good deal of reason in Pococurante's remarks.
While dinner was getting ready, Pococurante ordered a concert.Voltaire's Romances
But for myself, although I assure you not a pococurante, I cannot help thinking there is no slight dash of the commonplace.'Sketches
For me, as you may have found out, I am the pococurante senator, and above all things very free in saying what I think.Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 2 of 3)