Let it be therefore unto thee altogether as a matter of indifferency.
Thus do all things preach the indifferency of circumstances.
And then the means which should kindle love, are used with more dulness, and remissness, and indifferency.
But the doctrine of compensation is not the doctrine of indifferency.
But don't go for to think it was by being a rubble any way; no man can, I thank my God, charge me with indifferency.
Pity it were that love should not be linkèd with indifferency.
He folded his arms, as though to fortify himself behind a pretense of indifferency.
This appearance of indifferency argued, upon her side, a good deal of anger very near to burst out.
Not only lawfulness and indifferency, but great good is the pretence for greatest evil.
To determine this indifferency our first task is to learn the creed of our country, and our next to maintain it.