Definition of Nonchalances

1. Noun. (plural of nonchalance) ¹



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Definition of Nonchalances

1. nonchalance [n] - See also: nonchalance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonchalances

noncerebellar
noncerebral
noncerebrovascular
nonceremonial
noncerium
noncertifiable
noncertificate
noncertificated
noncertified
noncervical
nonces
noncesium
nonchain
nonchains
nonchalance
nonchalances (current term)
nonchalant
nonchalantly
nonchalky
nonchallenged
nonchallenging
nonchanged
nonchanging
nonchaos
nonchaotic
noncharacter
noncharacteristic
noncharacteristically
noncharacters
nonchargeable

Literary usage of Nonchalances

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1. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"... melody invoke The holy dawn ; but all the air perceives, By some fine thrill, the rushing northward flight Of myriad wings, despite The nonchalances of ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1816)
"The following stanza, too, betrays symptoms of nonchalances and the second line, in particular, gives no very favourable idea of the author's ear for ..."

3. England and the English from an American Point of View by Price Collier (1909)
"The laborious gentility, the careful speech, the pose of being at home, ses nonchalances qui sont les pluj grands artifices, are painfully apparent amongst ..."

4. La révolution by Edgar Quinet (1869)
"Un étranger, en 89, a remarqué, dans les premières journées, combien les hommes du monde mêlaient de rires, de nonchalances, de propos insipides, ..."

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