Definition of nonchalantly in English:

nonchalantly

adverb

  • In a casually calm and relaxed manner.

    ‘she nonchalantly walked out of the police station’
    ‘I shrugged nonchalantly’
    • ‘"So, where's Andrew?" Sam asked nonchalantly.’
    • ‘We saw her wandering nonchalantly across the car park.’
    • ‘He was standing very nonchalantly, his hands tucked into the pockets of his pants.’
    • ‘With their sloppy mise en scène and nonchalantly written scenario, they have given feminist filmmaking a bad name.’
    • ‘"It was all right," he replied nonchalantly.’
    • ‘Alain was leaning nonchalantly against a tree, smoking his battered pipe.’
    • ‘He was nonchalantly smoking a cigarette.’
    • ‘Smiling sweetly, he restricted himself to one-word answers before picking up his book and strolling nonchalantly away.’
    • ‘I was wearing a leather jacket, with a red scarf nonchalantly dangling around my neck.’
    • ‘Jake shrugged nonchalantly, prudently ignoring Daniel's stupid comment.’
    • ‘Nonchalantly, I turned my head and browsed through the rack behind me.’

Pronunciation

nonchalantly

/ˈnɒnʃ(ə)l(ə)ntli/