Unimpressed or indifferent to something because one has experienced or seen it so often before: she was becoming quite blasé about the dangers
More example sentences
- The perception that has been transmitted is one of blasé indifference.
- I was outraged by the blasé attitude of the programme manager for the environmental authority.
- Composing myself, in my most blasé tone I casually asked the proprietor if he'd consider breaking up the set.
early 19th century: French, past participle of blaser 'cloy', probably ultimately of Germanic origin.