Definition of 'offhand'
Example sentences containing 'offhand'
GOTHIC PURSUIT (2002)
`Oh, things could be worse," said Hunter, doing his best to imitate Yoller's offhand, sophisticated tone.THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN (2002)
He was a brilliant student, though brilliant in a natural, offhand manner that never aroused his fellow journeymen's envy or ire.THE BROKEN GOD (2002)
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