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Nonchalant – Definition & Synonyms in Real Context with Images

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Definition of Nonchalant in real context with synonyms, antonyms and illustrations for GRE candidates and advanced learners of English from 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass You exam

/ˈnɒn.tʃəl.ənt/ US /ˌnɑːn.ʃəˈlɑːnt/ (adj)

Definition

casually cool and relaxed, casually calm, indifferent, unflappable, carefree, composed, imperturbable, unconcerned, disimpassioned, blasé, as cool as a cucumber

Example

“A ‘cool’ and nonchalant person is generally someone whose attitude and behaviors are composed but seen as uniquely their own,” says clinical psychologist Dr. Julie Gurner. Coolness is also about accepting who you are, showing up authentically, being kind to everyone — the list goes on. Sabrina Romanoff, a clinical psychologist.

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Antonyms

concerned

Parts of speech

Noun: nonchalance

Adverb: nonchalantly

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