used in Killing Kennedy
(click/touch triangles for details)
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."
- The president's only complaint about his wife is that Jackie has a profound indifference to fiscal discipline.
- She screams at him for not making enough money and complains that he is indifferent to her.
There are no more uses of "indifferent" in Killing Kennedy.