degage

[adj] - free and relaxed in manner 2. [adj] - showing lack of emotional involvement
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Dégagé

Dé`ga`gé' adjective [ French, past participle of dégager to disengage. See De- , lst Gage, and confer Disgage .] Unconstrained; easy; free. Vanbrugh. « A graceful and dégagé manner.» Poe.
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degage

detached adjective showing lack of emotional involvement; `adopted a degage pose on the arm of the easy chair`- J.S.Perelman; `she may be detached or even unfeeling but at least she`s not hypocritically effusive`; `an uninvolved bystander`
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degage

adjective free and relaxed in manner; `rather degage after the nervousness he had shown at dinner`- Edmund Wilson
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Degage

• (a.) Unconstrained; easy; free.
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Degage

degage to disengage
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