How to use Nonchalance in a sentence

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  • His nonchalance made her angry.

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  • While he feigned nonchalance, it was obvious he was as proud as a kid with a new toy to show them what he'd discovered.

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  • Her instincts didn't like Evelyn's nonchalance on the subject.

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  • He sat down in his chair and propped his legs up with nonchalance, as if he hadn't performed the impossible and healed her.

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  • He treated his Serene Highness with a somewhat affected nonchalance intended to show that, as a highly trained military man, he left it to Russians to make an idol of this useless old man, but that he knew whom he was dealing with.

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  • The guardsman struck with nonchalance that told Jule just how much he was being underestimated.

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  • Her face felt hot at his nonchalance.

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  • The helicopter lifted away before Brady had two feet in its belly, and the soldier holding her strapped her securely into a seat in the rear while the two of them stood with nonchalance in the center.

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  • The alternative lifestyle is marked by a nonchalance regarding materialism.

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  • It goes with the territory to kill them, like you kill cows for hamburgers, he said with such nonchalance she was left speechless.

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  • But as the captain of the " Endeavour " ordered out the pinnace and prepared to land, the natives threw off their nonchalance; for on the boat approaching the shore, two men, each armed with a bundle of spears, presented themselves on a projecting rock and made threatening signs to the strangers.

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  • On the journey thither he was caught by pirates, whom he treated with consummate nonchalance while awaiting his ransom, threatening to return and crucify them; when released he lost no time in carrying out his threat.

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  • Few can imagine such apparent nonchalance from people who know they are shortly about to die, let alone undertake such a callous act.

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