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indifferent
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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  • grew weary at last, and then indifferent and absent-minded.
  • This indifference must be broken up at any cost.
  • Her troubles were instantly at rest, her soul at peace again; for the "indifference" was broken up.
  • Tom had become indifferent to persecution by this time.
  • Then they hunted up Huckleberry Finn, and he joined them promptly, for all careers were one to him; he was indifferent.
  • Well, let her—she should see that he could be as indifferent as some other people.
  • She said she would do her best by him, because, whether he was good, bad, or indifferent, he was the Lord’s, and nothing that was the Lord’s was a thing to be neglected.
  • Inspired by the splendor of his own act, he took without an outcry the most merciless flaying that even Mr. Dobbins had ever administered; and also received with indifference the added cruelty of a command to remain two hours after school should be dismissed—for he knew who would wait for him outside till his captivity was done, and not count the tedious time as loss, either.

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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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