Examples of nonchalance in a Sentence
with their usual nonchalance they arrived at the wedding ceremony half an hour late
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Their reminiscences reveal that Robert knew of their affair all along and, to Jerry's dismay, regarded it with total nonchalance.
Before any snow fell on Boston Common, the impending spring storm was met with nonchalance Wednesday evening.
The Trump team’s nonchalance has not spread to lawmakers, who are actively zeroing in on the Cambridge-Facebook-Trump axis.
The poet recalls the memory with nonchalance over the phone from his home in Portland.
Matthew Dean, leader of the city's local council, said people viewed the arrival of additional military personnel with a mix of nonchalance and trepidation.
Part of that nonchalance may disappear now that the government has linked the attack to Russia.
The former president of J.Crew single-handedly started a fashion revolution that coincided with the rise of street style, bringing neon details, slouchy nonchalance, and statement coats to the masses through her own outfits and J.Crew stores.
However, there are some places whose fundamental nonchalance unlocks your own.
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