Examples of blasé in a Sentence
People get blasé about their hometown.
Recent Examples of blasé from the Web
In Manzie's opinion, the lack of attendance at Hank Aaron Stadium isn't indicative of a blase fan base.
And while many Chinese may seem blase, news about the congress is impossible to avoid.
About six months pregnant, and off the WTA tour for the rest of this season, Williams was blase about attending a major tournament as a spectator rather than a participant.
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Origin and Etymology of blasé
First Known Use: 1819See Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of blasé
- guests at her salon were usually rich and sophisticated
- a worldly-wise woman with a philosophy of personal independence
- blasé travelers who claimed to have been everywhere
BLASÉ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blasé for English Language Learners
: having or showing a lack of excitement or interest in something especially because it is very familiar
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