of the legs is the first lesson to be learnt in such a masquerade as this.
He accepted the incident as a sign that her nonchalance
He looked about him always, with the cold, easy nonchalance
of the man of the world.
Van Horn, unperturbed, politely queried, in order to make conversation and advertise nonchalance
Downers," the men called them; and the packing house had a special elevator upon which they were raised to the killing beds, where the gang proceeded to handle them, with an air of businesslike nonchalance
which said plainer than any words that it was a matter of everyday routine.
made for easy transition from one place to another, and the whole simplicity of staging had the important advantage of allowing the audience to center their attention on the play rather than on the accompaniments.
With an air of nonchalance
which, under the circumstances, seemed to me to border upon affectation, he lounged up and down the pavement, and gazed vacantly at the ground, the sky, the opposite houses and the line of railings.