It is casual dress.
It was one thing to ask casual questions of Giddon's daughter.
It looked cool and casual, but not provocative.
"Sure," came the casual reply.
Molly appeared less shy around Howie than us, acting more casual toward him as if he was a member of her family.
Fred, a casual helper, was off to the courthouse, but even without him they finished early.
Her dress was casual but stunning.
Rhyn was trying to be casual about it, but the half-demon had never asked Gabe for anything and was incapable of subtlety.
"Nothing to be concerned about," he said with a casual shrug.
To her surprise, Evelyn stiffened and gave an oh-so-casual, "Oh?"
Mansr's voice was too casual, too even.
We'll go with casual elegance.
He headed for the stairs and when he reached the landing stopped, "By the way, tomorrow's casual dinner will serve as an engagement party of sorts."
The politician managed to make even his casual wear appear distinguished as he stood in the doorway with sparkling blue eyes.
The door was ajar and the phone was on the hall table.
Still, he harbored misgivings about casual sex, and god knows this was as casual as it could get.
It was one thing to stand firm on the issue of casual sex, but this was the man she would be married to in less than two weeks.
"Great. I'm starving," he answered in a casual tone.
You look nice – casual, but professional.
Even so, his tone was casual when he did speak.
His casual regard lingered on her long legs and returned to her flushed face.
Was he shy, or was he simply a casual type of person?
His casual dismissal infuriated her.
Her heart was hammering at his casual declaration.
An ant is easily recognized both by the casual observer and by the student of insects.
The mere control of existing traffic, local street improvements and provision of new means of communication between casual points, were felt to miss the root of the problem, and in 1903 a Royal Commission was appointed to consider the whole question of locomotion and transport in London, expert evidence being taken from engineers, representatives of the various railway and other companies, of the County Council, borough councils and police, and others.
This extract from one of Miss Sullivan's letters is added because it contains interesting casual opinions stimulated by observing the methods of others.
He vividly imagined the casual questions that might be put to him and the answers he would give.
After a casual pause, such as often occurs when receiving friends for the first time in one's own house, "Uncle," answering a thought that was in his visitors' minds, said: