Casually and Lightly


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Casually adverb – In an unconcerned manner.
Lightly and casually are semantically related In some cases you can use "Lightly" instead an adverb "Casually".
Nearby Words: casual, casualty
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Lightly adverb – Without difficulty.
Casually and lightly are semantically related in gently topic. You can use "Casually" instead an adverb "Lightly".
Nearby Words: light, lighten, lightweight, lightness, lighter
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  • Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu? Although Yoh himself takes this lightly, the people around him are shocked that he can act so casually with him.
  • He talks casually with pirates powerful enough to singlehandedly take out an army, never showing the slightest concern even in a battlefield; in short, he takes everything incredibly lightly.
  • It would be impossible to choose between these two answers and it was an answer that shouldn't be taken lightly, unlike the contestant before them who casually gave his answer thinking it would please the elderly woman.
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