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adjective: Happily unconcerned; carefree; nonchalant.
From French insouciant, from in- (not) + souciant, present participle of soucier (to care), from Vulgar Latin sollicitare (to vex), from Latin sollicitus (anxious), from sollus (entire) + citus, past participle of ciere (to move).
"John Brisker also voiced a strong loyalty to Seattle, the likes of
which are rare among many of today's pro athletes who are insouciant
about where they play."
This week's theme: Words to describe people
Most institutions demand unqualified faith; but the institution of science makes skepticism a virtue. -Robert King Merton, sociologist (1910-2003)