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use "noncommittal" in a sentence

The doctor is noncommittal but Milly fears the worst.

The Patriarch Peter also replied, although his answer was somewhat noncommittal as to Monothelitism, a belief he defended.

Cooke, p. 168 Shelby contended that his noncommittal response to the letter was meant to draw the federal
feel bad about involving him in, ending these remarks by referring to Byrd as his, "Brah." Naota is obsessed with appearing mature and attempts to act nonchalant.

Oftentimes, it seems that Rin is unaware that she does not even have arms, and tends to act nonchalant with other students and their disabilities in general, having been the first person to blatantly ask what Hisao's problem is during their introduction.

Yet, like comparative studies of democracy, comparisons of the status of women tend to be still and nonchalant.

Peter has a nonchalant, devil-may-care attitude, and is fearlessly cocky when it comes to putting himself in danger.

When asked why he did not simply betray Konrad and seize power himself Mannfred was nonchalant, but reminded Skellan that should he attempt to do so, the next Von Carstein he would face would be Mannfred himself.

Compared to her nonchalant attitude, Jimmy looked uneasy.

There were times he seemed to gain possession of the ball ever so quietly and with consistent, nonchalant ease his tally of goals for the game would gradually climb.

During the 1970s, the now veteran Prime Minister became nonchalant when it came to following through with his own convictions.

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