Definition of insouciant in English:

insouciant

Line breaks: in|sou¦ci|ant
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsuːsɪənt
 
, ɪnˈsuːsɪɒ̃/

adjective

Derivatives

insouciantly

adverb
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  • It was the schoolboy's dream, humiliating England, swaggeringly and insouciantly triumphant.
  • Tiring of this, the Gerrys insouciantly strike out for a hike off the beaten track.
  • She insouciantly draws on her parents' conservative attitudes for her routines with a trademark deadpan.

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