Words nearby indifference
Origin of indifference
SYNONYMS FOR indifference
OTHER WORDS FROM indifferencesu·per·in·dif·fer·ence, noun
Examples from the Web for indifference
The result can be the indifference that appears so chilling in the Garner video.‘I Can’t Breathe!’ ‘I Can’t Breathe!’ A Moral Indictment of Cop Culture|Michael Daly|December 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While some may classify that inactivity as laziness or indifference, Brown suggests the contrary.
With “the heart of a son, a brother, a father,” he said, the pope demanded that these people move on from indifference to tears.
Her indifference astonished Clark, who has been a cop for 29 years.
Two basic characteristics not related to memory are apathy and indifference or callousness.Does Donald Sterling Have Dementia? And Does That Make Him Any Less of a Racist?|Robert Silverman|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In any of these cases, the price of indifference would be catastrophic.
Durant looked at Campbell keenly, but he showed neither surprise nor indifference.The Mark of the Knife|Clayton H. Ernst
As for Belle, her indifference to Rosalind had turned into ardent admiration.Mr. Pat's Little Girl|Mary F. Leonard
But ignorance and indifference are facts; and, while and where they exist, they are prejudicial to the growth of mind and body.Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions|George S. Boutwell
Indifference or neutrality where the Son of God is concerned is high treason in the judgment of the high court of Heaven.Notes on the Book of Deuteronomy, Volume II|Charles Henry Mackintosh