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n. - A royalist supporter of Charles I during the English Civil War.

Usage examples (38)
  • C. Boyden Gray says the Democrats took what he calls a cavalier approach to values in this campaign and paid a price.
  • These instruments, namely the cavalier and mantelets, were capable of being carried by a large number of men.
  • And its basketball team's approach to winning truly was cavalier, which is why LeBron James shouldn't be taking heat for going to the Heat.
  • "This kind of cavalier attitude with public funds is very worrying." for more
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