In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Luckily we like devil-may-care, feisty dames who laugh in the face of disapproval and adversity.
- Silver may turn out to be a classic case of the consequences of devil-may-care consumption.
- The housing market seems to be one of the reasons behind business owners ' devil-may-care attitude.
- He gave his second cousin a devil-may-care shrug.
- The same course of illness, however, may also give rise to the temptation, if we succumb to despondency or take an attitude of devil-may-care.
- The devil-may-care driving habits for which Brazilian truck drivers are known make this route intimidating for the faint-of-heart.
- As the movie's lead, Healy could play wise-cracking and devil-may-care, but there's a cruel urban edge to his character.
- The next morning we woke up to find the mild-mannered videographer had been transformed into a devil-may-care, wild-haired punk!
- The Libertines resemble reality TV ' celebrities ' more than old fashioned, devil-may-care rock stars.
- The folk singer Jim Croce slipped a romantic reference to the pills into "Speedball Trucker," his ode to devil-may-care driving.
- Hudson's dearth of caps probably lays with the devil-may-care attitude he adopted throughout his career.
- The work is hard, the going rough at times, but there's the companionship of robust Navy laughter, the devil-may-care philosophy of the sea.
- Friends think his devil-may-care attitude runs even deeper now than before.
- I adopt a more devil-may-care attitude and haven't written a cookery book for four years.
- Jaon was looking smug, with his usual devil-may-care smirk plastered on his face.
- As the reality of her rehab experience settles in, Gwen realizes that her devil-may-care attitude is not the answer.
- I sometimes wish I had more of that devil-may-care approach in my nature.
- The approach requires a devil-may-care swagger, a thick skin and also thick-skinned editors, who seem to be in short supply.
- This is more like a pornographic shoot 'em up with a couple of devil-may-care, female gunslingers in the lead.
- Dudley evolved from a goofy oddity to a devil-may-care ring villain.
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