unconcern


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the trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care

a feeling of lack of concern

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Faced with either total unconcern or belligerence, traffic cops make only feeble attempts to impose discipline, if at all.
Even elderly Paharia tribal women who negotiated serpentine paths downhill on barefoot were treated with unconcern and inhumanity by the riffraff elements who ruled the day.
Even if our most famously randy potus since JFK didn't, ahem, partake, his unconcern about associating with a sleazeball like Epstein, who wound up doing prison time for soliciting an underage prostitute, is remarkable.
The absence of engagement with the issue among politicians and their constituents' seeming unconcern are particularly remarkable at a moment when the health care reform process is rapidly approaching a decisive turning point.
The teaching techniques and the unconcern of those at the helm of affairs are noticeable towards education of our younger generations.
Planned Parenthood receives $500 million taxpayer dollars a year while showing a complete unconcern for the health of women inside their mothers' wombs.
Cass continuous lack of anger considering she is held against her will is frustrating at times, as is her unconcern about her family considering their close relationship.
NNA - Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rahi said that Pope Francis's message on "International Peace Day" was notably addressed to the political spectrum in the country for reaching a level of unconcern with regard to the election of the president of the republic.
Is not a patron, my lord, one who looks with unconcern on a man struggling for life in the water, and when he has reached ground, encumbers him with help?
Blithe unconcern in the face of horrific evidence seems to be a Fleege thing in general.
That's why a joke like that gets traction: such is their unconcern for ordinary people, such a seemingly sick action might well be true.
Galamsey in Ghana is unconcern that simply defies reason.
Yes, there is value in having stock responses available for agents, but using them inappropriately or too often smacks of unconcern or insincerity.
She said he would not have committed the offence if it had not been for his serious mental disorder, and he showed "a callous unconcern for others".
An Ethical Unconcern (EthU) scale was constructed and its impact on Positive Ethical Consumption was examined.