She nonchalantly drops trow, and three or so of us stare at the pattern of her pubic hair.
Then, handing me back my iPad, he said nonchalantly in a really good mock-English accent, “Sorry, chap, my dance card is full.”
As the years passed, I envied women who nonchalantly mentioned their periods as nothing more than a minor irritation.
1734, from French nonchalant, present participle of nonchaloir "be indifferent to, have no concern for" (13c.), from non- "not" (see non-) + chaloir "have concern for," ultimately from Latin calere "be hot" (see calorie). French chaland "customer, client" is of the same origin. Related: Nonchalantly.