'Very low-profile + act nonchalant' combination

Xavier da Silva

Senior Member
Hello everyone,


Is the combination between "very low-profile" and "act nonchalant" a natural/common one? If not, what do you suggest? Please take a look.

"He's very low-profile and always acts very nonchalant. He doesn't like attracting attention.''


My definition: (a) low-profile: not wanting to attract attention, (b) nonchalant: as if you're not worried, interested or don't care.


Thank you in advance!
 
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    They are not naturally complementary for me -- I've never seen them in tandem before, nor would I expect to. :)
     
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