Definition of nonchalance in English:

nonchalance

Syllabification: non·cha·lance
Pronunciation: /ˌnänSHəˈläns
 
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noun

The state of being nonchalant: an air of nonchalance
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  • They can give a Saturday morning hangover at the coffee bar an air of elegant nonchalance.
  • Nevertheless, playing the field required a certain nonchalance and confidence neither of which I appeared to be able to muster.
  • The screen projections were cool, and the nonchalance of the band provided enough room to get into their music.

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