NounNonchalance (usually uncountable; plural Nonchalances)
- See also: Thesaurus:apathy
Adjectives for Nonchalance
trenchant; enticing; exasperating; debonair; knavish; affected; exquisite; suave; easy; practiced; deft.
Verbs for Nonchalance
affect—; assume an air of—; feign—; hard¬en into—; listen with—; penetrate—; prefer—; pretend—; prick—; subdue—; tire of—; —crusts; —Impresses; —interests; — irks; —nauseates; —pervades; ; provokes; '—tantalizes.
accidia, acedia, aloofness, apathy, ataraxia, ataraxy, benumbedness, blah, blahs, carelessness, casualness, comatoseness, detachment, disinterest, dispassion, disregard, disregardfulness, dullness, easygoingness, heartlessness, hebetude, heedlessness, hopelessness, inappetence, inattention, incuriosity, indifference, indiscrimination, inexcitability, insouciance, lack of affect, lack of appetite, lackadaisicalness, languidness, lethargicalness, lethargy, listlessness, mindlessness, negligence, numbness, offhandedness, passiveness, passivity, phlegm, phlegmaticalness, phlegmaticness, plucklessness, pococurantism, recklessness, regardlessness, resignation, resignedness, sloth, sluggishness, sopor, soporifousness, spiritlessness, spunklessness, stupefaction, stupor, supineness, torpidity, torpidness, torpor, unanxiousness, unconcern, unmindfulness, unsolicitousness, withdrawnness
Nonchalance f. (plural Nonchalances)