As the years passed, I envied women who nonchalantly mentioned their periods as nothing more than a minor irritation.
She nonchalantly drops trow, and three or so of us stare at the pattern of her pubic hair.
Then, handing me back my iPad, he said nonchalantly in a really good mock-English accent, “Sorry, chap, my dance card is full.”
He landed on a Daily Double, bid $18,000, got it right, and nonchalantly scrawled a final Jeopardy!
“Oh, I have plenty,” she says nonchalantly, shrugging and waving her arms.
Lethargically and nonchalantly we drew away from the restaurant.
Flaxberg returned to the office and nonchalantly lit a cigarette.
"They couldn't hev noticed the clash of them jimmyjohns, nohow," declared the negligent Watt, nonchalantly.
He took one, and placed it nonchalantly in his waistcoat pocket, as he had seen the others do.
"Danke, danke," he said nonchalantly, looking at the same time to right and left.
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.