casual


casual
ca·su·al adj
1 a: not expected or foreseen
b: not done purposefully: accidental
2 a: employed for irregular periods
a casual worker
b: engaging in an activity on an occasional basis
a casual seller

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

casual
I adjective aimless, apathetic, blase, causeless, cursory, designless, desultory, fortuitous, haphazard, inattentive, incidental, indeterminate, indifferent, indiscriminate, informal, insouciant, irregular, nonchalant, occasional, orderless, perfunctory, pococurante, purposeless, superficial, thoughtless, unarranged, uncertain, unconcerned, uncritical, undetermined, undirected, unexacting, unfixed, unmethodical, unmeticulous, unmindful, unordered, unorganized, unparticular, unprecise, unpunctilious, unstudied, unsystematic, unweighed associated concepts: casual act, casual employment, casual transaction II index careless, coincidental, cursory, fortuitous, haphazard, informal, lax, nonchalant, perfunctory, promiscuous, random, sporadic, thoughtless, unintentional, unofficial, usual

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


casual
Irregular, occasional, or accidental; happening without being planned or foreseen.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


casual
Irregular, occasional, or accidental; happening without being planned or foreseen.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

casual
adj.
   defining something that happens by chance, without being foreseen, or informally. This includes "casual" labor or employment, which is someone hired to do a task just because he/she was available at the moment. "Casual laborer" carries the implication that the laborer does not belong to a union and that the employer and the laborer will not pay appropriate taxes on the wages paid.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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