Definition Of offhand
ungraciously or offensively nonchalant or cool in manner.
his offhand way of talking
without previous thought or consideration.
I can't think of a better answer offhand
Example Of offhand
And I don't recall right offhand what exactly that was.
As with O'Reilly, offhand dismissal of critics is not a good practice for any business, organization, group, or individual.
‘The NRA should understand that we are not second class citizens and will not stand for this offhand treatment,’ he concluded.
‘They were quite abrupt and offhand ,’ says Elliot, who is now 39.
‘Yes,’ Riggs replied in an offhand manner, sitting obediently, and crossing his legs in front of him.