disinterest

[ dis-in-ter-ist, -trist ]SEE DEFINITION OF disinterest
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“Oh,” she said, with all the tonelessness of disinterest, and went on with her stitching.

In all his dealings with this country, he showed his generosity and disinterest.

She made the word twice its length, and filled it with disinterest.

He did not wait to see more, but passed on with all evidences of disinterest in this lowly abode.

At the mention of Jeffard's name, Constance borrowed the mask of disinterest, and laid her commands on Bartrow.

Before them, Clarens' disinterest had gradually become absorbed attention.

She thought of Ruth Holland, gave up the worn pretense of disinterest and let herself go in thinking of her.

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