apathetic

[ ap-uh-thet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF apathetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APATHETIC

But he was, to some degree, apathetic from over-much misery.

He, like his rag-weed, had settled down to an apathetic jog.

Walter shot a hard look at his apathetic sister, then turned to his father.

Louisa had listened to this discourse with apathetic patience.

As to the Rubber corner itself, the Stock Exchange as a whole was apathetic.

They sat in an apathetic circle, waiting for Old Jerry to come.

His resentment had passed from the apathetic stage to the fighting.

Gougeon sat picking at the candle-grease in his apathetic way.

Mr. Peaslee, silent and immovable, watched her with apathetic eyes.

It was too much for even the most apathetic of the miners to contemplate calmly.

WORD ORIGIN

1744, from apathy + -ic, on model of pathetic.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR APATHETIC

could care less

adjectiveunbothered
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