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What is another word for indifferently?

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Adverb
In a negligent manner
“I tried to fix the leaky faucet, but the plumber indifferently disregarded the issue, causing further damage.”
Adverb
In an indifferent manner
“She casually glanced at the painting, indifferently dismissing its artistic value.”
Adverb
Done without regard to others' sensitivities
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In an impartial and unbiased manner
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“The object of the questions propounded was to ascertain whether the juror was indifferent and unbiased, and the answers to the same would necessarily have shown that the juror was or was not indifferent.”
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Having the ability to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering
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Expressionless, not showing any emotion
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“She was cold and indifferent, and I didn't feel she liked me one bit, but on my last day of work, a co-worker told me that this nurse would be terribly hurt if I didn't say goodbye.”
Adverb
In an unenthusiastic way
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“When it comes to regime skeptics, they are largely indifferent about the costs and decision-making procedures in the EU.”
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Adverb for oblivious, or showing no heed to (something)
“The child comes to us utterly indifferent to the surrounding world.”
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Adverb for arrogantly uncaring in manner or attitude
“After winning the battle together and celebrating, the Tatar soldiers are suddenly depicted as arrogant and indifferent.”
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Adverb for weary or jaded from over-exposure to something
“She criticized every move of her daughters-in-law, who had eventually become indifferent to her nagging.”
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Adverb for reckless, without consideration of the possible consequences
“In 1995, the U.S. Ninth Circuit of Appeals ruled that prison authorities had been deliberately indifferent to the dangers of asbestos both on inmates and on staff.”
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Adverb for of only average standard or quality
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“Something kept stopping him from hitting the net, and his indifferent form became the talk of the town.”
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Adverb for characterized by a low level of excellence
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Adverb for affected by disillusionment, such as from being let down
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Adverb for of lesser value or quality (than second-rate)
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Adverb for isolated or ostracised
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Adverb for not important or worthy of note
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Adverb for resentful or discontented, especially from alienation or estrangement
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