Casual

An introduced plant which has not become established, although sometimes found in places where it is not cultivated.

Casual

In the European tradition, casual is the dress code that emphasizes comfort and personal expression over presentation and uniformity. It includes a very wide variety of costume, so it is perhaps better defined by what it is not than what it is. The following are not considered casual wear: Although it can be considered `informal` in the senses o.....
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Casual

• (a.) Coming without regularity; occasional; incidental; as, casual expenses. • (a.) Happening or coming to pass without design, and without being foreseen or expected; accidental; fortuitous; coming by chance. • (n.) One who receives relief for a night in a parish to which he does not belong; a vagrant.Casual: words in the definiti...
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Casual

(adj) The word 'Casual' is used to qualify an act or event which is done or occurs by chance or accident without any pre-planning or anticipation in the normal course. Eg. Casual leave when an emergency stops him from issue in prior leave application, casual workers means workers not belonging to the normal workers hired on emergency.
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casual

adjective suited for everyday use; `casual clothes`; `everyday clothes`
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casual

cursory adjective hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough; `a casual (or cursory) inspection failed to reveal the house`s structural flaws`; `a passing glance`; `perfunctory courtesy`
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casual

(look) informal, casual, desenfadado
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Casual

[subculture] The casual subculture is a subsection of association football culture that is typified by football hooliganism and the wearing of expensive designer clothing (known as `clobber`). The subculture originated in the United Kingdom in the early 1980s when many hooligans started wearing designer clothing labels and expensive sportsw...
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Casual

Cas'u·al adjective [ Middle English casuel , French casuel , from Latin casualis , from casus fall, accident, from cadere to fall. See Case .] 1. Happening or coming to pass without design, and without being foreseen or expected; accidental; fortuito...
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Casual

Cas'u·al noun One who receives relief for a night in a parish to which he does not belong; a vagrant.
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casual

adj. defining something that happens by chance, without being foreseen, or informally. This includes "casual" labor or employment, which is someone hired to do a task just because he/she was available at the moment. "Casual laborer" carries the implication that the laborer does not belong to a union and that the employer and the laborer will not pa...
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casual

an essay written in a familiar, often humorous style. The word is usually associated with the style of essay that was cultivated at The New Yorker ...
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Casual

Casual was British slang for a social sub-group of the 1980s identified by wearing expensive designer clothes, being materialistic, and taking part in football hooliganism and shop lifting.
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casual

French name for one light Wine with low alcohol content (up to about 11% vol) as part of a wine address,
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Casual

Seen occasionally, but not regularly occurring in a region. Not likely to be seen each year.
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casual

without or seeming to be without plan or method; offhand
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casual

[adj] - employed in a specified capacity from time to time 2. [adj] - without or seeming to be without plan or method 3. [adj] - suited for everyday use 4. [adj] - not showing effort or strain 5. [adj] - marked by blithe unconcern 6. [adj] - hasty and without attention to detail
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