One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘She believes she can act carelessly and indifferently as long as everyone else is careful to keep out of her way.’
- ‘He had bowled indifferently throughout the innings, and the only wicket to fall to him was that of the England number 11.’
- ‘But the government should not stand by indifferently - it also benefits from the education of its citizens.’
- ‘I shrugged indifferently, though I felt my face grow a little hot.’
- ‘She longed for the free time that she'd once thought so indifferently of.’
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