"I knew you were talking about me," declared Kathleen flippantly.
"Fool if she doesn't," replied this elegant young gentleman, flippantly.
Solomon (flippantly) "With pleasure, my dear, so long as it's a funny bone!"
"I hope none of God's bears is roaming about," replied Alice, flippantly.
“Well, you see, I feel sheepish,” confessed Stanhope flippantly.
In reference to this it is flippantly asked, 'What does the house build?'
"I am sorry to hear you speak so flippantly on a solemn subject," said Milburgh.
“On the psychology of Dr. Hinsdale you mean,” amended Madeline flippantly.
And again she laughed, as I thought, flippantly, heartlessly.
Does he treat the sacred subject of matrimony too flippantly?