Nonchalant sentence example

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  • Dean answered in a voice as nonchalant as he could muster.
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  • Have you been too nonchalant about your own legacy?
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  • The nonchalant reply of Miller was a simple "yeah."
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  • Her throat tightened, understanding the honor despite his nonchalant delivery.
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  • Adrienne shucked her coat and tried to act nonchalant in spite of the warmth in her cheeks.
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  • The animals had a nonchalant air of "What are you doing here, humans?" about them.
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  • The nonchalant attitude by the police to the bus burning has got a few people in Ramsay Street talking.
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  • The communities in the locality were in lockdown after Straffen's almost nonchalant escape and his presumed murder of Linda Bowyer.
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  • She had a nonchalant way of giving directions.
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  • In a rather nonchalant response, Rumsfeld has cited the thousands of retired military men who haven't yet demanded his resignation.
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  • The nonchalant, easy manner of Ralph Dawes was a very good attempt at covering up the problem.
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  • As nonchalant as Wynn was being about it, he knew what it meant.
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  • He approached, yet not close enough to spook her, and trying to sound nonchalant said, "Fancy meeting you here."
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  • He had a strange star-like quality; but, even though people recognized him, he was quite nonchalant.
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  • "I'm glad you're coming to terms with this business," he said, trying to sound nonchalant.
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  • The actor had a nonchalant delivery that was cool, honest, appealling and likeable.
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  • Rifle shooting in Gun is nonchalant and fun.
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  • His nod was nonchalant.
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  • He stared at the nonchalant Fate.
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  • If you prefer to cover your thighs, look to the company's elegant swim dresses, which flatter the figure, support the bust and exude nonchalant glamour.
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  • Kors' creative styles will provide even the most sensible consumer with a look of nonchalant originality; and this nonchalant edginess is exactly what defines high fashion.
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  • Casual, preppy, and bursting with the kind of nonchalant elitism that still allows you to sleep at night, Lacoste bags are the perfect addition to any upscale wardrobe.
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  • Appearance: There's no denying that there's just something about the sling look that appears cool and nonchalant; it's the perfect style for those that don't want to look as if they are trying too hard to appear sophisticated.
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  • On the surface, a Virgo guy can seem fairly nonchalant - that's when he's not being demanding.
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  • His shrug and tone were nonchalant.
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  • His heart pounded in his chest, and he tried to look nonchalant.
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  • It is easy to become nonchalant about joining such dating sites.
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  • Not all Virgo males are fault-ridden and nonchalant partners.
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  • He sounded just as nonchalant when asked about the overall shape of his team.
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  • Six or more snakes swing from the skull the hero holds, however he remains nonchalant, not looking.
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  • They may seem too nonchalant or easygoing to wear out to dinner with friends or even to the movies.
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  • The messy bun was considered the height of style for so long because it suggested a sort of carefree, nonchalant, wash-and-go attitude.
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  • She appeared very nonchalant with a well turned out standard Brompton, devoid of the gizmos sported by her husband's machine.
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  • At the age of five he is handed over by his seemingly nonchalant father and grief-stricken mother to the missionary nuns as tradition demands.
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