Examples of offhanded in a Sentence
a quick, offhanded suggestion that was actually much better than any of the prepared proposals
Recent Examples of offhanded from the Web
And that should have been obvious long before a radio host made an offhanded remark about a little girl, which is bad but not singularly wretched in the recent history of that station or that market.
Kevin Spacey was suffering severe fallout on Monday, hours after issuing an offhanded apology about something that allegedly happened more than 30 years ago.
In his second narrative feature directorial effort, Ruskin handles it smoothly and with an eye toward pace, even at the expense of the honest, offhanded moments that can make a galling true crime story such as this come alive on the screen.
Her voluminous discography reveals a strong collaborative instinct, enabled by her probing curiosity and almost offhanded versatility.
There are references to Earth-like amusement parks and radiation poisoning, hints of a full world with history and conflict — but the offhanded way in which everything is handled undercuts any attempt to inspire audience curiosity.
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