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What is another word for frivolously?

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Without much care or thought
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As a joke
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In a superficial, casual or careless manner
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Adverb for silly, especially in a childish way
“With the exception of Maja, Einstein tended to remain aloof from other children, looking down on their frivolous antics with disdain.”
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Adverb for showing or characterized by wit or humor
“Humorous and frivolous banter is seldom the order of the day and can be seen as misplaced or inappropriate, especially in a business setting.”
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Adverb for characterized by fun or playfulness
“Right now, you might be asking what these seemingly frivolous fun activities have to do with work.”
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Adverb for of little value or importance
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“It deals with love in a disdainful manner, as a frivolous matter associated with weekly magazines and trivia.”
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Adverb for lacking depth or substance, especially intellectually
“One frivolous theory about its effectiveness was that it was so terrifying that even the psychotic would deny his symptoms to get off the treatment list.”
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Adverb for not ultimately successful
“It would open the door to frivolous attempts at altering the Constitution.”
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Adverb for done in a hasty or impulsive manner
“They charged that the committee's handling of the bill was hasty and frivolous and made a mockery of the legislative process.”
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Adverb for treating serious issues with inappropriate humor
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Adverb for not very convincing
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Adverb for irresponsibly extravagant or reckless in nature
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Adverb for playful, especially in a flirtatious way
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Adverb for that enjoys the pleasures of life
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Adverb for ridiculous, often to the point of being funny
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(informal) Adverb for done for a non-work related purpose
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Adverb for quick or likely to change consistently
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Adverb for cheerfully unconcerned about the future or things in general
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Adverb for naive or innocent as a child would be
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Adverb for immaterial, not based on, or existing in, reality
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