Some aide fretted to Tamiroff that this meant big trouble, but the boss was nonchalant.
“Her sincere and nonchalant attitude struck a chord with me,” he says.
nonchalant elegance, understated chic, bold yet never flamboyant.
Do the Brits hold a monopoly on looking this nonchalant about pending death?
On video, Raymond Santana was smug, boastful, and nonchalant by turns, vividly reenacting who did what during the rape.
All the way home he remained immersed in thought and only recovered his nonchalant air as he entered the door of the Kings Arms.
That town was thronged with nonchalant women and blue-clad poilus.
"Just clothes," I said, having another stab at the nonchalant, though extremely dubious as to whether it would come off.
There was a restlessness, too, which gave the lie to his nonchalant manner.
She came down tall and nonchalant, an oar over her shoulder, unlocked the padlock and rowed unconcernedly across.
1734, from French nonchalant, present participle of nonchaloir "be indifferent to, have no concern for" (13c.), from non- "not" (see non-) + chaloir "have concern for," ultimately from Latin calere "be hot" (see calorie). French chaland "customer, client" is of the same origin. Related: Nonchalantly.