Nonchalant in a Sentence
Definition of Nonchalant
relaxed and calm in a way that shows you do not care or are not worried about anything
Use Nonchalant in a sentence
Surprisingly, the woman was nonchalant about her husband’s death.
How can you be so nonchalant about your missing dog that you will not even put up “missing” posters?
Although James is always stressed out about something, he comes across as nonchalant and without worries.
The rebellious teenager gave the police officer a nonchalant smile.
In times of crisis, police officers must appear nonchalant while helping upset citizens.
The good girl found the bad boy's nonchalant attitude appealing.
Although the young doctor was upset about his patient dying, he tried to remain nonchalant in front of the medical team.
The party host wore a fake smile and acted nonchalant about his event's low turnout.
Because April took a sedative to calm her nerves, she looked very nonchalant walking down the aisle.
The millionaire was very nonchalant about wrecking his car.
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