Definitions for casually
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word casually.
not methodically or according to plan
"he dealt with his course work casually"
in an unconcerned manner
"glanced casually at the headlines"
In a casual manner.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Accidentally; without design, or set purpose.
Etymology: from casual.
Go, bid my woman
Search for a jewel, that too casually
Hath left mine arm. William Shakespeare, Cymbeline.
Wool new shorn, laid casually upon a vessel of verjuice, had drunk up the verjuice, though the vessel was without any flaw. Francis Bacon, Natural Hist. №. 79.
I should have acquainted my judge with one advantage, and which I now casually remember. John Dryden, Virgil, Dedication.
without design; accidentally; fortuitously; by chance; occasionally
The numerical value of casually in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of casually in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Asian American victims of violence could be any one of us. Look at the age groups, it spans from young to old. It doesn't matter if you're Vicha Ratanapakdee or woman or anything, pretty much all of us are under attack, they were all victims. People just casually discarded them like they didn't mean anything, but to other people, they meant everything.
Our users include presidents of foreign countries -- I hope Obama uses Chrome too. It includes really highly-targeted individuals, political dissidents, journalists, and people who just want to casually use the internet, google depends on those users trusting us with their data. So if we can't protect it, we have no business.
He was just casually walking. He wasnt in any hurry.
A lot of the pictures were just candids that he shot at an unexpected [time], [That occurred] during the shoot or even between when she was just sitting around and having a cup of tea or coffee or when she was casually relaxing… She was always comfortable with Milton. He wanted to take pictures of her almost as a character actress [in costume]… And these photos weren’t for a particular assignment. They were explorations… In time he got to know her in a more intimate way and she got to see herself portrayed in ways other than Hollywood style.
These politicians, these people that we’re expected to be civil to, our public servants that we elected to do a job… they work for us, you can’t just casually harass these people. You have to insult them specifically.
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