nonchalantly nonchalantly  /ˈnɑn ʃə ˈlɑnt li/


  1. (adv) in a composed and unconcerned manner
  2. (adv) in an unconcerned manner



  1. But Agricultural Counselor Ami Shachori, 44, nonchalantly ripped open the fourth without even interrupting the conversation he was having with a colleague, Theodor Kaddar.
  2. During the first day of voting last Sunday, Wojtyla nonchalantly read a quarterly review of Marxist theory as the timeconsuming balloting dragged on.
  3. Only one nonchalantly tugged her veil forward a little.


  • John Travolta Crashed Someone's Wedding Over the Weekend

    John Travolta went and earned himself some major cool guy points over the weekend by nonchalantly showing up to a couple's wedding and posing for pictures with guests with a big smile on his face and his thumb way up in the air.  Pictures of the celebrity wedding crasher made their way to Reddit via one of the groom's friends, in a post titled, "My friend ran into John Travolta the night before ...
    on June 5, 2013     Source: Zimbio


  1. "If we are as concentrated as during the first two games and look for space with direct moves, then we are at our best," he said. "Then we have patience, we have speed we can score. But you cannot afford to play that nonchalantly for 20...
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: Bert van Marwijk Source: The Canadian Press

  2. "It was tough, but they did a great job," Mayo said. "We need to come out and respect our opponent and play hard. We came out nonchalantly."
    on Nov 10, 2007 By: OJ Mayo Source: ESPN

  3. "That's why I'm most excited about it," Lidle said. "Sometimes I felt I got caught up kind of going into the clubhouse nonchalantly sometimes, because all of the other guys in the clubhouse didn't go there with one goal in mind."
    on Aug 1, 2006 By: Cory Lidle Source: ESPN

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