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cavalier (adjective), more cavalier, most cavalier
1. An arrogant or offhand disregard for other people: James had a cavalier attitude as indicated by his disdainful or brusque response when the customer asked if she could get someone to serve her at the store.
2. Carefree and nonchalant and not showing any concern: Mildred was disturbed by the waiter's cavalier response when she asked him for more butter for her toast.
3. Showing an arrogant, disdainful, domineering, supercilious, or jaunty disregard or lack of respect for something or someone: Marie's supervisor treated her with a cavalier attitude.
4. Being offhand or unceremonious: The dignified officials were confused by the speaker's cavalier manner.
Haughty, disdainful, and arrogant.
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An impolite, insolent, or arrogant attitude and disregard for something or someone; not caring about the feelings of others. (1)