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Insouciance Meaning in Context – 601 Words

Insouciance meaning in real context with synonyms and illustrations from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn vocabulary in context with images with the word, insouciance, and text-to-speech functionality.

/ɪnˈsuː.si.əns/ (noun)

Insouciance meaning

a particular style of acting without any worry or anxiety, composure, carefree attitude or style, disinterest, equanimity, ease, apathy, heedlessness, nonchalance, indifference, disregard, unconcern


Life can sometimes be exhausting and there seem to be some days when your troubles are endless. When faced with a stressful situation, it can be difficult to practice insouciance and keep your composure and remain calm. The next time you feel like breaking down or lashing out, take a few moments to calm yourself down before you react, change your thoughts about the situation, and then respond with patience.

Source of example:


worry, anxiety

Parts of speech

Adjective: insouciant

Adverb: insouciantly

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