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Today's word is nonchalant, spelled N-O-N-C-H-A-L-A-N-T.

Nonchalant is an adjective that means having an air of easy unconcern or indifference. Here is the word used from a television review on Slate.com by Willa Paskin.

"When an accomplice accidentally kills a man, the gang's first casualty, it's Bonnie who is nonchalant."

Since "nonchalant" ultimately comes from words meaning "not" and "be warm," it's no surprise that the word is all about keeping one's cool. The French word "nonchalant," which English speakers borrowed around 1730, has essentially the same meaning as our word. It was derived in Old French from the verb "nonchaloir" meaning "to disregard" and can be traced back to the Latin words "non" meaning "not" and "calēre," meaning "to be warm." "Unconcerned" is one synonym of "nonchalant," along with "casual," "complacent," and "insouciant."

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]【整理】2014-01-10 How to Use a Word

Today's word is nonchalant, spelled N-O-N-C-H-A-L-A-N-T.

Nonchalant is an adjective that means heavening air of easy unconcern or indiffirence. Here is the word used from a telefision refue on slait.com by willer pasken.


When an acomplise accidently kills a man, the gains first casurety its bonny who is nonchalant.


Since nonchalant otimarly comes from words meaning note and be warm, it's no surprise that the word is all about keeping one's cool. The French word nonchalone which English speakers borrowed around 1730 has essentially the same meaning as our word. It was derived an old French from the verb nonchawaha meaning to disregard, and can be traced back to the Latin words non meaning not and calarey meaning to be warm.


Unconcerned is one cininum of nonchalant along with casure, complasent, and insusient.


I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.







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