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casual

adjective Occurring unpredictably; irregular.

casual

an introduced plant that has not become established in an area but which may occur away from cultivation.
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The employees are all dressed very casually, with three of the women wearing shorts, thus they are unlikely to be full-time employees of the post office, but rather short-term contract workers distributing packages for PChome.
I fondly remember strolling around the beautiful Sydney Harbour and looking out across the endless miles of ocean and feeling very tranquil - although I reckon a similar level of inner peace can be equally achieved when casually turning one's head towards Wirral.
And don't get me started on that detective casually guiding Maria by her elbow to her cell last night.
All those training casually by Virginia South I was not alone; small groups of Japanese tourists were excitedly doing the same thing.
Former Newcastle United striker Andy Carroll "treats life a bit too casually" and would be an "even better player if he put the work in", believes Sam Allardyce.
"They were holding hands and "They were holding hands and trying to look inconspicuous, as they trying to look inconspicuous, as they trying to look inconspicuous, as they were both dressed really casually and were both dressed really casually and were both dressed really casually and they were both wearing caps.
In the bunny care videos, Cotter and Sedaris casually talk about a host of topics of interest for rabbit owners and anyone interested in buying or adopting these animals.
As we casually grazed over the new Harper's Bazaar issue with Madonna on the cover, we had no idea we were in store for this!
She said: "He just came back and casually said that he'd saved some women and then he just sat down."
And based solely on an outdated, casually xenophobic mindset.
Summary: Sarah Jessica Parker managed to casually avoid questions about a potential third Sex and the City film while promoting her latest movie.
A more casual version of the annual government-led summer dress campaign began Wednesday at the Environment Ministry, encouraging its employees to dress more casually to help reduce the use of air conditioners due to expected electricity shortages following the nuclear crisis.