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Definition of Insouciantly
Lexicographical Neighbors of Insouciantly
Literary usage of Insouciantly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1889)
"... a bright yellow jacket, and a deep red headdress; so insouciantly daringly is every colour worn, and yet it harmonises with the scene around. ..."
2. Dancing and Dancers of Today: The Modern Revival of Dancing as an Art by Caroline Caffin (1912)
"So vague, so impalpable, is this figure that it is almost impossible to identify it with the vivid, self-concentrated creature that glides so insouciantly ..."
3. The Path of the Conquistadores, Trinidad and Venezuelan Guiana by Lindon Wallace Bates (1912)
"for the first time what sort of trip it is he has so insouciantly proposed. He is a little nervous and voluble. You learn for the first time with a touch of ..."
4. The Stories Editors Buy and why by Jean Wick (1921)
"And then he took the high note— took it easily, insouciantly—held it, trilled it, tossed it. "Now look here," Miss Feldman would snap—Miss Feldman of the ..."