So from month to month she went on with them all, through a thousand ups and downs and a thousand pangs and indifferences.
Thoughts only, not dislikes, not indifferences, sundered them.
Tolerance, according to the old lady's code, was the fruit of charity—Eva's tolerance was the fruit of indifferences.
They did not even settle down to what a witty Frenchman calls the "politeness of two indifferences."
I spoke with him from time to time about his absences and his indifferences, all to no avail.
Its emphases vary according to my own indifferences and ignorance as well as according to my own sympathies and knowledge.