flippantly


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in a flippant manner

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It came as quite a surprise to me how casually, and in my opinion, flippantly, you threw our current mayor, Nick Helmer, under the bus.
An EU that are flippantly prepared to use the dangerous threat of dismantling the Good Friday Agreement and having a return to the ineluctable Northern and Southern Irish conflicts of bombings and violence of decades ago.
This nice turn of phrase might have satisfied the Chairman's oratorical ambitions, but a difference of 63% in the conviction rate of the country's prime accountability body cannot be so flippantly explained away.
ISLAMABAD -- Flippantly disregarding the summon of Pakistan's top anti-corruption watchdog, Punjab Assembly Opposition leader Hamza Shehbaz left for Islamabad to attend his party meeting on Tuesday.
The president of any country, or any thinking person for that matter, could talk about it flippantly only at the risk of being seen as bereft of any moral compass.
More often than not, buying a bottle of prosecco usually involves browsing the supermarket shelves for a few minutes before flippantly making a decision.
"Mum was my world, my best friend and I'm here every day, to think someone has just flippantly took something without any regards to how we as a family would feel, is devastating.
everything you could wish for.' Unfortunately a bit flippantly. about end-of-prophecies bit don't Janet ' Ms Andrew said there was a 'change' in Mr Smith's behaviour prior to the alleged incident.
"For the Foreign Secretary to address it so flippantly is beneath the office he holds - or he doesn't have a clue what it means to leave an organisation of independent sovereign member states."
DVDSwith Ian Bunting Idris Elba and Kate Winslet are good value in this survivalist drama, but let down by a script that deals with the life-or-death scenario they find themselves in rather flippantly.
DVDSwith Ian Bunting Idris Elba and Kate Winslet are good value in this survivalist drama but let down by a script that deals with the life-or-death scenario they find themselves in rather flippantly.
Abby embarks on her challenges fairly flippantly, expecting instant transformation.
"This person is a habitual tweeter who tweets rather flippantly, almost like which side of the bed you woke up on.
We may think this only refers to attaching God's name to a swear word or using His name flippantly or irreverently.
And he did not use it flippantly. In fact, he said he has never used this term and would never use it.