without anxiety or worry.
requiring little care:
We went to take our leave and for 20 minutes for some reason, he was, a word you never hear about Nixon, he was carefree.
David Frost on Frost/Nixon The Daily Beast December 5, 2008
Her jauntiness and carefree attitude appeals to him; the negative side is her carelessness.
The Forgotten Genius of Ring Lardner Allen Barra August 31, 2013
Prince may have pranced around like a carefree libertine onstage, but in rehearsal he was more drill sergeant than sprite.
Speed Read: The Juiciest Bits From the History of ‘Purple Rain’ Jennie Yabroff December 31, 2014
Still, even a show as carefree as Buckwild has sobering moments.
Who Was Shain Gandee, the MTV ‘Buckwild’ Star Found Dead? Anna Klassen April 1, 2013
He was cleverer than most everyone else, but he envied the carefree affluence of the rich and fatuous.
The Magazine King Harold Evans April 30, 2010
But then they would go to sleep again, with the carefree innocence of children, with no suspicions, and without alarm.
Mayflower (Flor de mayo) Vicente Blasco Ibez
Then Beatrice cited how carefree Jill Briggs was with her four children.
The Gorgeous Girl Nalbro Bartley
He is prudent and sacrifices the immediate petty delights to the advantage of a carefree age.
Criminal Psychology Hans Gross
They were happy and carefree, seemingly without a worry in their lives.
Wanted–7 Fearless Engineers! Warner Van Lorne
It was what might be expected—a gay, carefree holiday crowd.
Man of Many Minds E. Everett Evans
without worry or responsibility
cautious in one’s actions: Be careful when you cross the street. taking pains in one’s work; exact; thorough: a careful typist. (of things) done or performed with accuracy or caution: careful research. solicitously mindful (usually followed by of, about, or in): careful of the rights of others; careful about one’s behavior; careful in speech. Archaic. […]
a person who cares for someone who is sick or disabled. an adult who cares for an infant or child. Contemporary Examples For Easley, one of the most important steps to helping her husband was learning to legitimize her own position as a caregiver. When the War Comes Home Sara Stewart October 15, 2014 Over […]
a label attached to a garment or fabric giving the manufacturer’s instructions for its care and cleaning.
Also, CARE package. a package containing food, clothing, or other items sent as necessities to the needy. a gift of treats to relatives or friends, especially of items not readily available to them: She sends monthly care packages of homemade cookies to her son at college. n. 1945, originally CARE package, supplies sent out by […]