- without or seeming to be without plan or method; offhand
"a casual remark"
"information collected by casual methods and in their spare time"
- It was a casual meeting.
- We ought to expect some casual visitors.
- A casual remark can hurt someone.
- They are collecting information by casual methods.
- She took a casual glance at the book.
- Polite language, in a sense, spoils a casual atmosphere.
- The fact is apparent to the most casual observer.
- Her coat was too casual for the occasion.
- She took a casual glance at her watch.
- That topic is too intimate to share with casual acquaintances.
- We had a casual meeting on the crowded street.
- I took a casual look at the magazine.
- What is the difference between a causal relationship and a casual relationship?
- Opaque? Not at all. Intuitively obvious to the most casual observer.
- You wouldn't be so casual about it if you were directly involved.