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Americans who are indifferent to the risk posed by the virus would be unlikely to embrace such a reintroduction.
If he’s that indifferent to that perilous dynamic right after Justice Ginsburg’s disastrous choice to not retire, presidential arm-twisting probably won’t do much good.
Others may be disillusioned, frustrated and even afraid, but nobody should feel indifferent.
After years of being mostly indifferent to podcasts, the world’s tech platforms — as well as the largest terrestrial radio broadcasters — have grown interested in them as they battle on every front of the digital ad market.
I, on the other hand, am an indifferent cook whose dinner parties have become legendary for how awful they were.Miss Manners: Aunt feels left out of distant event|Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin|June 25, 2021|Washington Post
However, as she feared, The Bell Jar appeared to indifferent notices and the launch—which Ted attended—was rather low-key.
The immigrants can stay, because they are victims of indifferent authorities just like we are.In Rome’s Riots, Cries for Mussolini and Attacks on Refugees|Barbie Latza Nadeau|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Because we have so little skin in the game, it seems that the public is indifferent.
Communist-era clerks were famously rude and indifferent, because they had no motive to make people happy.
Yet, according to the complaint, Berger was “deliberately indifferent” to these allegations against Gibney.Is UMass-Amherst Biased Against Male Students in Title IX Assault Cases?|Emily Shire|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The reformers of the earlier period were not indifferent to the need for centralized organization in the banking system.Readings in Money and Banking|Chester Arthur Phillips
She stabbed him, noting the effect upon him with a detached interest that seemed indifferent to his pain.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
Thus arrayed I fixed myself on the porch, to be smoking my pipe in a careless, indifferent way when she came.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
Indifferent health, for he was delicate too, was one of the bonds between us.
I have elsewhere spoken of the indifferent figure made by most Englishmen at public speaking.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
British Dictionary definitions for indifferent
- of only average or moderate size, extent, quality, etc
- not at all good; poor
- (of cells or tissues) not differentiated or specialized
- (of a species) not found in any particular community