Kadai

NOUN
  1. a family of Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in southeastern Asia
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How To Use Kadai In A Sentence

  • Brian Campbell probably developed a few bad habits during what he described as a lackadaisical week of practice. NCAA News -- www.ncaa.com
  • And it reminds us how lackadaisical we are in the realisation of this fact.
  • The lackadaisical attitude of the members is one of the main impediments to the club expanding its activities.
  • David has a rather lackadaisical approach to his work.
  • There was a lackadaisical attitude to the extension of the copyright term in the European Union.
  • With these words she advanced to the bed, in which he lay, and, finding the sheets cold, exclaimed, "Good lackadaisy! The Adventures of Roderick Random
  • The cast and filmmakers are largely to blame, as they treat the material in a lackadaisical manner, while also telegraphing too many plot points ahead of time.
  • Carragher later complained that the defending had been "lackadaisical", but claimed "we have kissed and made up in the dressing room". Didn't he used to be rubbish? Alvaro Arbeloa of Spain
  • Mr Kirkhope added: The security in the European Parliament has long been well-known as lackadaisical, but this is really ceasing to be a joke. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • He still is too inconsistent and too lackadaisical.
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