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Carelessly, 1) without care or concern: “and fleet the time c.” As I, 1, 124.
2) heedlessly, negligently: “thy brother being c. encamped,” H6C IV, 2, 14. “it may be thought we held him c.” Rom. III, 4, 25. wear them (his wrongs) “like his raiment c.” Tim. III, 5, 33. “if Caesar c. but nod on him,” Caes. I, 2, 118.
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