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Blithe lack of concern; nonchalance.
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in•sou•ci•ance(ɪnˈsu si əns; Fr. ɛ̃ suˈsyɑ̃s)
the quality of being insouciant; lack of care or concern.
[1790–1800; < French]
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lack of care or concern; a lighthearted attitude. — insouciant, adj.See also: Attitudes
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|Noun||1.||insouciance - the cheerful feeling you have when nothing is troubling you|
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noun nonchalance, light-heartedness, jauntiness, airiness, breeziness, carefreeness He replied with characteristic insouciance, 'So what?'
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insouciance[ɪnˈsuːsɪəns] N → despreocupación f
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insouciance[ɪnˈsuːsiəns] (formal) n (= nonchalance) → insouciance f
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