happy-go-lucky

[hap-ee-goh-luhk-ee]
adjective
trusting cheerfully to luck; happily unworried or unconcerned.

Origin:
1665–75


carefree, heedless, blithe, lighthearted, insouciant.
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happy-go-lucky
 
adj
carefree or easy-going

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Example sentences
IT is not a carefree, happy-go-lucky, all-expenses-paid luxurious romp.
The film smuggled its politics in under the guise of two happy-go-lucky gals
  taking a road trip together.
To outward appearances, they were happy-go-lucky islanders.
He wasn't a happy-go-lucky guy before, and he's not a happy-go-lucky guy now.
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