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cavalier -- as in: a cavalier attitude
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Gone with the Wind
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  • She stood back and viewed him with pride, thinking that even Jeb Stuart with his flaunting sash and plume could not look so dashing as her cavalier.
  • Plantations don’t amount to anything when—" She was going to say "when you haven’t the man you want," but Gerald, incensed by the cavalier way in which she treated his proffered gift, the thing which, next to Ellen, he loved best in the whole world uttered a roar.

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  • I always knew her cavalier attitude toward the law would get her in trouble.
  • a cavalier attitude toward the budget deficit

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