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Use "offhandedness" in a sentence
"The offhandedness, that slightly dismissive tone, the idea that food in fiction is a trend that will pass, pained me."
"There is a certain irritating sort of journalist - perhaps unfairly, Zoe Williams of the Guardian is the first name that springs to mind - who affects an adolescent offhandedness in his of her writing."
"Yet there is an offhandedness and ingrained antiaesthetic bent to Mr. Golub's approach, as if he is concerned more with his convoluted messages than with making a self-sustaining work of art."