sexual relations not involving a love relationship, esp. brief encounters or an encounter on one occasion
Schools advise youngsters on the dangers of casual sex.
Complications arise when Jules engages in some casual sex with Paul, blurring the familial lines for all parties involved.
Prepping for the Oscars on DVD Marlow Stern January 20, 2011
casual sex doubled between 2004 and 2008, another survey reported.
Priest Sex-Tape Horror Dom Phillips April 25, 2010
Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, et al. “casual sex Among Australian Schoolies.”
It’s High Time for Conception: Studies Show Peak Times, Weather for Sex Anneli Rufus December 26, 2011
People worked all hours, often addled with booze and drugs, and casual sex was readily available.
Murdoch on the Rocks: How a Lone Reporter Revealed the Mogul’s Tabloid Terror Machine Clive Irving August 24, 2014
They “hook up” in a manner that makes the casual sex of the 1960s seem like an arranged marriage in Oman.
Up to a Point: They Made Me Write About Lena Dunham P. J. O’Rourke December 12, 2014
She just thinks that ideal life experience involves a regimented, specific schedule of studying and casual sex.
The New Season of ‘Girls’ Is Just Good. Can We Handle That? Kevin Fallon January 8, 2014
The problem with casual sex with people in close proximity is that they never really go away.
Sex in the Time of GPS Clark Harding January 31, 2010
From casual sex to Death By Unga Bunga, here are the wackiest names of the fest.
Craziest SXSW Band Names: Perfect Pussy, Death By Unga Bunga, and More Marlow Stern March 7, 2014
casual sex had never interested me before; I had always been a bit of a prude.
Sugar Daddy Dating Sites: Helen Croydon on Her Guilty Fantasy Helen Croydon May 10, 2013
- Casual water
noun in golf, water that has accumulated temporarily and is not a recognized course hazard Historical Examples If a ball lie in casual water on a putting-green, a ball may be placed by hand behind the water without penalty. The Complete Golfer  Harry Vardon By the way, I ought to warn you that this […]
clothing designed for wear on informal occasions.
noun the altering of working practices so that regular workers are re-employed on a casual or short-term basis
happening by chance; fortuitous: a casual meeting. without definite or serious intention; careless or offhand; passing: a casual remark. seeming or tending to be indifferent to what is happening; apathetic; unconcerned: a casual, nonchalant air. without emotional intimacy or commitment: casual sex. appropriate for wear or use on informal occasions; not dressy: casual clothes; casual […]