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indifferent
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  • The woman seeing a stranger stopped indifferently facing him, coming to herself for a moment and apparently wondering what he had come for.
  • Raskolnikov looked on with a strange sensation of indifference and apathy.
  • "Very well, come along," said Raskolnikov indifferently, and going out first, he went slowly downstairs.
  • Raskolnikov fancied that the head clerk treated him more casually and contemptuously after his speech, but strange to say he suddenly felt completely indifferent to anyone’s opinion, and this revulsion took place in a flash, in one instant.
  • But Raskolnikov sat still in the same place, almost sullen and indifferent.
  • After gazing attentively at this, Svidrigailov turned away indifferently and sat down on the bed.
  • But that he lived so poorly and roughly, not from any plan or design, but simply from inattention and indifference.
  • He cast a drowsy and indifferent glance at Svidrigailov.
  • Andrey Semyonovitch who hardly ever had any money walked about the room pretending to himself to look at all those bank notes with indifference and even contempt.
  • She wrote that his health was satisfactory; he did his work without shirking or seeking to do more; he was almost indifferent about food, but except on Sundays and holidays the food was so bad that at last he had been glad to accept some money from her, Sonia, to have his own tea every day.

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  • About a third are in favor of the change, a third are opposed, and a third are indifferent.
  • Before meeting us, she felt alone in an indifferent world.

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