Indifferently [adverb]

Definition of Indifferently:

rather badly

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Sentence/Example of Indifferently:

I’ve been snowshoeing for almost two hours, my legs are quaking, my Under Armour base layer is now sodden, and there’s no one to complain to but the indifferent and overwhelmingly silent winter forest.

Truthfully, even if I’d had more time, I would not have had the patience to pour over some of the puzzles because I was indifferent to Norah’s fate.

Cats are living their own lives and that’s why they seem so indifferent to us.

Keats’ thought-experiment is a stark reminder that the natural world is indifferent to human-created time and operates at its own, natural pace.

She recalls being struck both by how much Huser raced, and by how indifferent she seemed to be about the self-promotional side of the sport.

I don’t know anybody who believes that you ought not to have safety in your plants—that you ought to be indifferent to accidents or death and so on.

That way, you won’t be spending your top dollars on indifferent audiences.

Her bow was returned, indifferently by Evelyn, but by Hugh with eyes of steel, and a mouth of bronze.

Probably these names were indifferently applied, in that early time, alike to river and village.

Mademoiselle was poking at a rusty stove that smoked a little and warmed the room indifferently.