"Naturally," I said with nonchalance, though my quick temper was fired.
"Oh, yes," assented Kirkwood, with a nonchalance not entirely unassumed.
This was all said with a sort of nonchalance, which Corny did not at all like.
His nonchalance, I believe, was forced and meant to cover uneasiness.
The elder lady spoke with the nonchalance of one quite used to the process.