Definition of carefree
: free from care: such asa : having no worries or troubles spent a carefree day at the lakeb : irresponsible is carefree with his money
Examples of carefree in a Sentence
She has a carefree attitude toward life.
They spent a carefree day at the lake.
Recent Examples of carefree from the Web
So why would the amateur investigator Lord Peter Wimsey and his mystery author bride Harriet Vane assume their country honeymoon in Hertfordshire would be carefree, and corpse-free?
A group of carefree freshmen and sophomores led Oklahoma to the Women's College World Series title a year ago.
This is, at its heart, our most solemn and yet our most carefree long weekend, marking the beginning of summer, a time when life seems in full bloom.
At that moment, a group of five or six teenage girls were giggling, singing and generally being carefree behind me.
But in the show, this observation seems a bit out of place, as Renly and his followers don’t seem particularly young, carefree or extravagant.
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Origin and Etymology of carefree
First Known Use: 1621
CAREFREE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of carefree for English Language Learners
: having no worries or problems : free from care
CAREFREE Defined for Kids
Definition of carefree for Students
: free from care or worry Carefree children skipped through the park.
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