Casually [adverb]

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Approach it in a casual fashion and it’s a leisurely two-hour spin—more than enough to clear your head.

She added those who are employed often have unstable jobs that include casual labor and factory work.

Our roundup includes Apple's latest-generation iPad for $299, which is a $30 discount from Apple's MSRP for a tablet we still consider commendable for casual users.

I’ve always been badly distracted by noise, even the casual background conversation that most people seem to power right through.

Whenever we spend time together as a family, during holidays, vacations or casual barbecues, we always sit and have conversations about current events, what our three kids are up to, their plans for travel, etc.

GlobalData’s Saunders says Target will help Ulta expand its reach among younger shoppers, who tend to gravitate to Sephora, as well as more casual beauty buyers.

It’s more jargon than you’d expect when talking about an upstart casual restaurant, but many concepts are the result of digital strategies calculated to help stand out in a crowded market.

With sit-down restaurants limiting their capacity or shutting down altogether, consumption of fast food and fast-casual food has skyrocketed.

Great for birdwatchers and casual hikers, the path is moderately trafficked, and the nearly 885 feet of elevation gain results in a pretty significant workout.

These kinds of casual games are generally free to play, but people who want extra features must pay.