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insouciant in English:

1. unheeding

English word "insouciant"(unheeding) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "The Serf" (Guy Thorne)
Fiches du livre - "Gold Elsie" (E. Marlitt)
Fiches du livre - "Carry On!" (Virna Sheard)
Fiches du livre - "No Surrender" (E. Werner)
Fiches du livre - "Chinese Poems" (Various)

2. carefree

Norman was such a carefree man. He never worried about anything and was always relaxed.
She is carefree.
a carefree child
Children are usually more carefree than adults.
I want to live a carefree life in the country.
Children should grow up carefree.
Would my son’s really relaxed and carefree nature become fearful and withdrawn?
a carefree childhood I wish I was on my gap year again - I miss those carefree days, not having to worry about paying the mortgage or getting to work on time.
Norman was such a carefree man.
I remember my carefree student days.
I can't wait for my holiday so I can be as carefree as possible.
having no ​problems or not being ​worried about anything: I ​remember my carefree ​student ​days.
He is carefree - he has no problems or worries.
I loved those days, so carefree and enjoyable.
My mother is carefree, cheerful and good-natured.

English word "insouciant"(carefree) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "Perfect Answer" (L.J. Stecher)
Fiches du livre - "The Eyes Have It" (Philip Kindr...
Fiches du livre - "Young Stowaways in Space" (Rich...