indifference

[ in-dif-er-uhns, -dif-ruhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF indifference

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIFFERENCE

All else is but the setting, and the eye sweeps with indifference the line of unpeopled rocks.

You know with what indifference, said my mother, she has hitherto seen him.

Mary's manner changed from indifference to sudden keen interest.

The husband went on speaking with no apparent heed of his wife's indifference.

"Third," he answered, laconically, schooling his voice to indifference.

"All this is unintelligible to me," responded my guide, with indifference.

He was indifference personified, if one might judge from his outward appearance.

The singularity that struck me most about her ladyship was her indifference to flattery.

And did you see what a look he gave Plimmins, when he joked about his indifference to his sole?

"Without doubt, he could gather no confidence by witnessing our indifference," he said.

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