"It's okay," he said in a flippant tone.
Something about his flippant answer made her think he would be a master at verbal fencing.
So many people have a flippant attitude to the potential risks and effects of skin cancer.
Classicism in the shape of solid, respectable Hummel on the one hand, and Carl Czerny, a trifle flippant, perhaps, and inclined to appeal to the gallery, on the other, these gave the musical parentage of young Liszt.
Kate Gosselin has been ravaged in the media for her sometimes questionable treatment of her kids, and flippant attitude.
He writes on theological subjects with the detachment of a thoughtful layman, and is witty without being flippant.
Also, the main ghost of the story sounds too flippant.
I'd say something flippant like, " If I die, you can have my boots " .
It is certainly not my wish to appear flippant.
The book is written with a humorous, at times almost flippant tone.
How then can they be so flippant about shattering peoples lives and dreams?
To be a little flippant, you are going to die one day, you might as well die happy.
The solution to most problems in object-oriented design seems flippant: you create another type of object.
I also don't normally do biography but enjoyed the short witty but not flippant chapters.
This is a really political one called Geoffrey Ingram, we are being very flippant tonight, we have been eating lots of bran!
flippant remark by Bill Buck in December.
flippant comment to a foster carer led to the police frog marching me into the cells.
Some of the latter are very staid, others flippant enough; most are single women.
flippant attitude many of us have taken toward the name of God.
flippant manner is guilty of taking the name of the Lord in vain.
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