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Use "devil-may-care" in a sentence
"Omar is the most feared man on the mean streets of this version of Baltimore, mostly because of his facility with a shotgun and his general devil-may-care attitude."
"Armand, I succumb to your combination of wit, folksiness and “devil-may-care” nihilism."
"That sort of devil-may-care attitude, how naughty they are."