use blithe in a sentence.
Never underestimate the propensity of the younger generation to blithely discount the previous.
Let's not blithely discount the judgment of all the people who pay twice as much for the same house elsewhere.
It tickles me the way this title blithely summarizes a great deal of 20th century postmodern philosophy.
It can mean other things, but I can't think of any justification more savory for that sort of blithe vagueness.
This article blithely draws you in with an unassuming, if witty, introduction.
Thank you for writing it in plain english -- I really wish I could upvote you more than once because it's one of the best replies in this discussion (for that, and for bringing up "blithe", that I didn't know of).
I guess the same could be said of "Emo," but programming has more of a history of (blithely) excluding females.
I think never before in history has there been such a large number of businesses springing up and carrying on blithely with no idea how they're going to make money.
It's kind of depressing to see a blithe assumption that the police will be given that kind of power, and that if they are, nobody will hack their own cars.
I'm saying somebody who blithely asserts that Google is just "about how I can get people to click more ads or make more money for some trendy corporation" is a troll and not a comment worth responding to.
On the other hand, this article does little to alert users, while blithely informing techies, some of whom are likely to be hackers of some order.
Additionally, your blithe assertion that "but everyone was doing it!
The whole point of the article was to question the validity of the diagnosis of mental illness, which you completely ignore when you blithely add the disclaimer that "these folks" refers only to people who are mentally ill.