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marked by a lack of interest

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showing no care or concern in attitude or action

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(usually followed by 'to') unwilling or refusing to pay heed

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(often followed by 'to') lacking importance

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fairly poor to not very good

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having only a limited ability to react chemically

marked by no especial liking or dislike or preference for one thing over another

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characterized by a lack of partiality

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being neither good nor bad

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neither too great nor too little

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References in classic literature ?
Highcamp remained, as usual, unmoved, with her indifferent stare and uplifted eyebrows.
Tis because you are an indifferent person," said Lucy, with some pique, and laying a particular stress on those words, "that your judgment might justly have such weight with me.
Except for a few deft practitioners and those writers whose work is, among many things, always theoretically rich and queer (odd, lazy, erotic, perverse, elegant, thorny, indifferent, etc.
CANAKKALE, Mar 18, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's prime minister said on Friday that the Middle East could not remain indifferent to changes when the entire world was changing.
But just what is it that makes today's Shaker home office suite so indifferent, so unappealing?
CONTRARY to popular stereotypes, most freeway drivers hereabouts aren't rude, selfish louts who are indifferent or even downright hostile to everyone around them.
ANKARA, Jan 24, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yildiz said Monday that Turkey could not be indifferent to Iran's resources.
The appeals court reversed and remanded, finding that fact issues existed as to whether the county nurse and social worker were deliberately indifferent to the inmate's medical needs.
In this he is very like the eighteenth-century painterly fathers of the picturesque, who often drew their inspiration from mountains and gorges, objects completely indifferent to individual humanity.
Within an indifferent nature, the making of buildings has a vital role in creating places and sanctuaries for us as individuals and societies.
Thank you,'' I say, batting my eyelashes, diverting my gaze and trying to look coy, yet indifferent.
Porsche - who designed the postwar sports car that bears his name - joined the Nazi Party in 1937, but seemed indifferent to its ideological significance.
The court held that the county's detention policy was deliberately indifferent to the substantive due process rights of the arrestee and that the 38-day detention of the arrestee shocks the conscience.
The court held that the officer was not deliberately indifferent because he simply had the prisoner's representations as to his medical condition, and she had no duty to confirm the representations because she had no authority over bed assignments, and there was no prior medically-authorized bottom bunk assignment.
Fifteen former and current prisoners brought separate actions against corrections officials and employees and a contractor hired to operate a prison, alleging deliberate indifferent to their serious medical needs and medical malpractice.