But Gootes' flippancy reassured me no more than did the bare sunlit office behind the door.
She shot the thing at me with a manner suspiciously near to flippancy.
There was a flippancy in the way he spoke of that twenty thousand pounds which almost shocked her.
He felt angry with her for what seemed to him to be flippancy.
"But of course they do talk about other things here," Alva continued, paying no attention to her friend's flippancy.
Linton's flippancy, for the first time, was distasteful to Cashel.
His flippancy and irreligion as he grew old alarmed the Comtesse de Gramont, who was very devout, for the safety of his soul.
flippancy, like comedy, is but a matter of visual first impression.
When she felt deeply on any subject her father's flippancy annoyed her.
I rebuked him for his flippancy, but in the end I consented to take him.