Definition of 'flippancy'
Example sentences containing 'flippancy'
There were times of anger and hurt, and of deep despair when she hated the flippancy of Paris and its inhabitants.WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM (1991) DOUBTING THOMAS (1991)
And then his voice was measured, without the light sparkle of flippancy.THE WHITE DOVE (1991)
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