Etymology
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insouciance (n.)

1820, from French insouciance "heedless indifference or unconcern," from insouciant "carelessness, thoughtlessness, heedlessness," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + souciant "caring," present participle of soucier "to care," from Latin sollicitare "to agitate" (see solicit).

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Definitions of insouciance

insouciance (n.)
the cheerful feeling you have when nothing is troubling you;
Synonyms: carefreeness / lightheartedness / lightsomeness
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