indifferently

[ in-dif-er-uhnt, -dif-ruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF indifferently

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIFFERENTLY

"You are welcome to your opinion," returned Robert, indifferently.

For I have seen a letter of his, and indifferently worded, as poorly spelt.

"The lions have found that rhino," remarked Kingozi indifferently.

"Better let him go on in his own way," remarked the Judge, indifferently.

Information seems to reach the Valley but indifferently, Sir John.

I recall but indifferently the lesser topics of conversation.

I am that only Folly that so readily and indifferently bestows my benefits on all.

And do you breed from them all indifferently, or do you take care to breed from the best only?

You say he is indifferently skilled with the sword, and, in addition, that he has a fever.

“A life of variety,” observed the young man, politely if indifferently.

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