How to use Flippant in a sentence as an adjective

They make flippant comments from buses that imply you’re not sexy enough and that all the fun is happening somewhere else.

Very few organizations can use that type of flippant language successfully, especially in a serious email like this.

At risk of sounding flippant, I feel like you're bringing a certain amount of unwarranted pattern matching to this.

I've seen successful lean / agile approaches executed that focus on quick delivery without being so flippant about quality.

Not sure why anyone is downvoting you- this is the quote:"John Carmack, who has become interested in focusing on things other than game development at id, has resigned from the studio,""It does sound kind of testy/flippant to me. But it could be out of context.

Biggest concerns are requiring FB auth, FB's flippant attitude towards privacy, and the engineering culture mismatch.

People who gain power become short-sighted, flippant, emotionally insensitive and, over the long term, creatively and intellectually weak.

The other reason he can be so flippant is that he's an ex-Mormon who walked out on his family and church because he'd taken up sleeping around and atheism, so from his point of view the worst damage to his social standing has already been inflicted.

"\n\nThis is a warning about micromanagement, flippant decisions and how to delegate.

This is a dismayingly flippant comment, and I'm particularly disappointed that you of all people should have made it. Would you be more relieved if our executive branch were entirely composed of people who are completely disengaged from the internet at a social level?

He is understandably, and in some cases justifiably, upset by the companies lack of communication and flippant nature, but this is no time to get into a pissing match.

"That just about sums up how he is able to be so flippant with his privacy, even if he has nothing to hide!

Gruber's flippant attitude has been bringing the Talk Show down for the past few months.

Flippant definitions

adjective

showing inappropriate levity

See also: light-minded