Trel (trellia_chan) wrote in 1word1day,

Wednesday word: insouciance

insouciance: [in-soo-see-uh ns]

noun:   Casual lack of care or concern.  Indifference. Nonchalance.  The cheerful, guiltless feeling you have when nothing is concerning you.

Origin:  French; first known use 1790-1800

Related: adjective: insouciant
Tags: adjective, french, i, noun, wordsmith: trellia_chan

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