nonchalantly[ non-shuh-lahnt, non-shuh-lahnt, -luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF nonchalantly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NONCHALANTLY
He took one, and placed it nonchalantly in his waistcoat pocket, as he had seen the others do.
"Well, Baker," said Burr nonchalantly, nodding to his former assistant.
"I know more about Miss Doris Leighton than you think," she said, nonchalantly.
Nonchalantly he turned the letter face downward and went on with the meal.
Nonchalantly, the fat man dug them out and handed them over.
But more important than to possess the table was to possess it nonchalantly.
"I have somewhat to discuss with thee," Rizzo said nonchalantly.
Flaxberg returned to the office and nonchalantly lit a cigarette.
Well, let him sleep for aught of me, answered Farquhart, nonchalantly.
"Yes," answered Graham nonchalantly, proceeding to undress himself.