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indifferent
used in Anne Of Green Gables

3 uses
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Definition
without interest
in various senses, including:
  • unconcerned — as in "She is indifferent to what is served to eat."
  • unsympathetic — as in "She is indifferent to his needs."
  • not of good quality (which may imply average or poor quality depending upon context) — as in "an indifferent performance"
  • impartial — as in "We need a judge who is indifferent."
  • Gilbert, who possibly was not quite so indifferent as he seemed...
    Chapter 30 — The Queens Class Is Organized (69% in)
indifferent = uninterested and unconcerned
  • Even Anne and Gilbert lagged and grew indifferent.
    Chapter 30 — The Queens Class Is Organized (74% in)
  • Mrs. Lynde wanted to know what else you could expect with a Tory superintendent of education at the head of affairs, and Matthew, noting Anne's paleness and indifference and the lagging steps that bore her home from the post office every afternoon, began seriously to wonder if he hadn't better vote Grit at the next election.
    Chapter 32 — The Pass List Is Out (71% in)

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