1 Never at any time, even in most intimate moments, had he been other than nonchalant.
2 The philosophical tall soldier measured a sandwich of cracker and pork and swallowed it in a nonchalant manner.
3 Questions and answers followed in a nonchalant manner that made Dantes indignant, for he felt that all the world should have for the poor abbe a love and respect equal to his own.
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4 He sat opposite to me, and lit a cigarette in his old, nonchalant manner.
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5 Scarlett turned away from Mammy with studied nonchalance, thankful that her face had been unnoticed in Mammy's preoccupation with the matter of the shawl.
6 At first it had annoyed her and she had tried to break down that nonchalance but soon she had come to accept it as a very convenient thing.
7 She spoke with amazing nonchalance.
8 There had been nonchalance in his tone, showing her that he felt no absolute grief at a consummation which to her was a positive horror.
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9 His aristocratic nature was revolted by Bazarov's absolute nonchalance.
10 His face was positively transformed when he talked to her; it took a bright, almost kind expression, and his habitual nonchalance was replaced by a sort of jesting attentiveness.
11 A certain superciliousness of look, coolness of manner, nonchalance of tone, express fully their sentiments on the point, without committing them by any positive rudeness in word or deed.
12 Wolzogen, nonchalantly stretching his legs, approached Kutuzov with a half-contemptuous smile on his lips, scarcely touching the peak of his cap.