Definition of 'blasé'
Example sentences containing 'blase'
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We have become blase about technological innovation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)No one should be blase about it because it can hit anyone at any moment. The Sun (2011)I understand the world moves on and we get a little bit blase because there is so much live football on the television. The Sun (2011)Perhaps we do get a bit blase about racing's unique charms. The Sun (2014)
The credit crisis is in danger of making us blasé about enormous sums of money. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And it has grabbed an audience that had become quite blasé about cop suspense drama. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What is particularly worrying is the somewhat blasé attitude to the subject. The Sun (2009)People are wonderfully blasé about all this. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nobody is more blasé about autographs than the people who give them. The Sun (2011)When did we get so blasé about the idea of journalists being told what to pretend they think? Times, Sunday Times (2011)In recent years we have become almost blasé about claims that the establishment closed ranks to protect its own. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One got quite blasé about it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We get blasé about the stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Film and music stars are often similarly blasé about other people 's schedules. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My relatives back home in Damascus have become blasé about the fighting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can't be too blasé about it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Over the years Scotland has got too blasé about its snooker players. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is easy to become blasé, forgetting the relatively recent days when such initiative was simply dismissed as too difficult. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is deeply concerning to see such a blasé attitude to 28 per cent deflation from the body responsible for maintaining price stability. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The consumer has now become very blasé about the foods he buys and expects to be able to buy fresh strawberries in December. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)She's meant to be open to life, but seems blasé and indifferent to it. Times, Sunday Times (2009) People can get blasé about five years in the Premier League. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But it's just tapas of the sort about which we can now in London be quite blasé. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A blow to the head has generally been laughed off, which has encouraged a blasé attitude to playing the hook shot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But then in a sense I'm quite blasé about special birds. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Removing the financial safety net of insurance from hospitals that attempt cover-ups will end the blasé attitude too many administrators have towards tragedies like Stafford. The Sun (2013)
Definition of blasé from the Collins English Dictionary
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