indifferently : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with indifference; in an indifferent manner
she shrugged indifferently
- Her patients, men and women, thumb indifferently through society magazines, carefully avoiding any eye contact with one another.
- British South Africans, most of whom stood by indifferently while the Nationalists suppressed the blacks, rose in solemn wrath now that their own liberties were threatened.
- It was a far different man, she alleged, who slammed her to the ground, pulled up her skirt, pulled aside her panties, raped her and then said indifferently, "No one will believe .
News & Articles
- Community Events, August 2013
Whenever I read an article like “Canadian geese euthanized at Lake Sammamish State Park” (Aug.7, 2013) I’m appalled by how indifferently someone can report on the extermination of entire families of intelligent, social animals.
Aug. 27, 2013 - Sammamish Reporter
- Graeme Smith in TVNZ
We fought hard in the second innings of both tests but started indifferently with the ball in both. We did not do enough up front in both first innings, we left ourselves with too much to do,added Smith.
- LK Advani in Expressindia.com
When UPA government came to power all the constituents were united, but now the situation was entirely different and alliance partners were behaving indifferently,Advani said.
- Sherrod Brown in CBS News
Our so-called leaders _ our governor and our senior senator _ have stood by, passively, almost indifferently,Brown said.