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(1) I admired his youthful insouciance.
(2) For all her apparent insouciance, she was desperately unhappy.
(3) Now with exactly the same insouciance, and with exactly the same effect on me, he disappeared inside the jhumpa.
(4) He replied with characteristic insouciance: "So what?".
(5) She hid her worries behind an air of insouciance.
(6) He applies the same insouciance to other dubious choices.
(7) Insouciance is an alliance failure.
(8) What explains this apparent insouciance? It'seems that investors reckon they cannot lose.
(9) President Barack Obama stated, with unilateralist insouciance(Sentencedict.com ), that FIFA had made the wrong choice.
(10) Alongside this insouciance goes a Balkanised decision-making process, with numerous overlapping authorities responsible for different watersheds, sanitation plants and irrigation.
(11) Others suggest Obama's insouciance is nothing new and that since 1945, US presidents have tended to view Europe with a mixture of scorn, irritation and indifference.
(12) It was neat and elegant, like all wild animals, with an air of aristocratic insouciance and good breeding.
(13) But tell me, dear reader, what do you make of this? I'm all for a bit of insouciance with a greenwash, but would it go with the rug?
(14) Piquant but not audacious , the free living attitude is concealed behind by the unbending and insouciance .
(15) But our own home was a dark drive away and, careening tipsily back past midnight with the insouciance of youth, we never stayed in the hotel.
(16) What struck me about the official's presentation, though, was a sense of indifference – insouciance was another word that sprang to mind – about what other governments think.
(17) Adrian had impressed Tony when he announced his exasperation with their country's national pose of perpetual insouciance.
(18) I love how Mary leans against a doorway holding baby Jesus to the adoration of a couple of dirty-footed pilgrims, with all the slightly bored insouciance of any matron chatting with the neighbors.
(19) It helped that Christian Bale, a reluctant smiler whose sharply planed face looks as if it had been carved with a chisel, slid into Bruce Wayne's insouciance as easily as he did Batman's suit.
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