Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1alegrementehe seemed blithely unconcerned — tenía un aire risueño y despreocupado
- He fails to grasp the structural teleology of a composition, blithely ignoring any real legato.
- The <i>Times</i> columnist was blithely condescending to the songwriting team's canon.
- Indeed, the fiction of an Australia blithely indifferent to America is the single-most unrealistic aspect of the film.
- His family is blithely unaware of his nature.
- There is hardly a trace of social realism in this concerto, which seems blithely unconcerned about the world around it.
- Like just about everyone else in the film, she is hedonistic and blithely self-involved.
- He puts blinders on and sees nothing but the flaws, while blithely overlooking the soul of the message, and the innocence of the delivery.
- Throughout his reign, he blithely ruled as he thought right and did little to explain himself.
- Most animals blithely ignore the dead bodies of other members of their pack or herd.