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Thesaurus / unconcern

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A general settlement took place monthly, after which a new period began—by the borrowers with joyous unconcern.
Tram cars were numerous and children played everywherePg 140 with utter unconcern for the vehicles which crowded the streets.
His poor assumption of unconcern was leaving him quickly; his face was changing to one of bitter sorrow.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
This time he tried the one that folks call "unconcern," a look as if he had no troubles at all, as if he had nothing to hide.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
The Danes were staring at him also, and he was grinning at them with white teeth through thick lips in all unconcern.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
And yet subsequent generations have viewed with unconcern this halcyon period in the history of art.
His keen eyes, his sharp-cut beard, a sort of sly unconcern marked him a legitimate summer exploration.
"Well, I can't mind the exact day without looking at my memorandum-book," replied Crick, with the same intolerable unconcern.
"Never," said O'Reilly, affecting an air of unconcern, very ill consorting with his pale cheek and anxious eye.
Neither had spoken since they left the roadway till she said, with attempted unconcern: 'This is unfortunate.'
THE WELL-BELOVEDTHOMAS HARDY

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