Word of the Day (insouciant)-21JUN21

Word of the Day (insouciant)-21JUN21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is “insouciant” and it is an adjective meaning “unconcerned, unworried, untroubled, carefree, indifferent, nonchalant, lacking concern, casual, heedless, unserious”.

Example Sentence: Chinese disdain for international norms is now habitual, ranging from abuses in Xinjiang to its refusal to help establish Covid-19’s exact origin. The failure to apologise for last month’s random, chaotic descent to Earth of debris from a Chinese rocket, which could have proven disastrous for many below, aptly symbolises the arrogant, insouciant exceptionalism of the Xi era.

Word of the Day (insouciant)-21JUN21

This word is present in The Guardian article The Observer view on China’s human rights abuses in Hong Kong and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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