PicPost: Devil May Care

Devil’s Dyke, West Sussex by John Miller and NT images

The term “devil-may-care” (also sometimes as phrase “devil may care”) is used as an adjective. Used to describe an attitude or person, it has two meanings:

(1) cheerfully irresponsible — carefree, happy-go-lucky;
or
(2) marked by a carefree unconventionality — rakish or reckless in manner.

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