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He lived a carefree life with his two elder brothers, swimming and fishing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He moved from the carefree days of the Wham! Times, Sunday Times (2016)But life hasn't always been this happy and carefree. The Sun (2016)Is he as confident and carefree as he looks? Times, Sunday Times (2010)No longer can the erstwhile carefree young couple arrange outings on the spur of the moment. Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)We were not the only ones who had a carefree attitude to nights out. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It overshadowed the rest of what should have been the most carefree days of my life. The Sun (2014)You deserve to be happy and carefree. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)But these carefree days look like they are about to come to an end. The Sun (2011)It would be abnormal in the face of tragedy to be happy and carefree. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)But she looked carefree after picking out glitzy new outfits for an hour. The Sun (2009)He was famous for his laughter and his carefree attitude to the dangers that lay ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But they looked carefree and happy on their day out. The Sun (2009)So which cities should you avoid moving to if you want to live a long and carefree life? The Sun (2013)Remember those carefree days when the schedules were full of property programmes telling us how to get rich quick? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Now my carefree days are gone. The Sun (2010)The younger and more carefree you can be, the better. The Sun (2015)It is not as if we are young, carefree and single. The Sun (2011)At first, life was pretty carefree. Christianity Today (2000)But the more they kept going, the longer the shadow of their carefree younger days seemed to loom over them. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'carefree'
British English: carefree ADJECTIVE
A carefree person or period of time doesn't have or involve any problems, worries, or responsibilities.
She remembered carefree summers at the beach.
Definition of carefree from the Collins English Dictionary
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