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indifferentadjective aloof, callous, casual, derelict, disinterested, dispassionate, distant, fair, faithless, impartial, impassible, imperfect, impervious, inactive, inappreciable, inattentive, inconsequential, incurious, insignificant, insipid, insouciant, languid, lax, marginal, mediocre, middling, moderate, negligent, neutral, nonchalant, not caring, obdurate, oblivious, otiose, passable, passive, perfunctory, phlegmatic, poor, reckless, remiss, slipshod, thoughtless, tolerable, unconcerned, uninquisitive, uninterested, unmindful, unprejudiced, unresponsive, usual, vapid
Associated concepts: disinterested party, impartiality
See also: blind, callous, careless, casual, cold-blooded, collateral, cursory, derelict, disdainful, dispassionate, evenhanded, faithless, immaterial, impartial, imperfect, impervious, inactive, indolent, inferior, insusceptible, jejune, languid, lax, marginal, mediocre, negligent, neutral, nonchalant, obdurate, oblivious, open-minded, passive, perfunctory, phlegmatic, poor, reckless, remiss, slipshod, stoical, thoughtless, torpid, trivial, truant, unaffected, unbiased, unresponsive, usual
INDIFFERENT. To have no bias nor partiality. 7 Conn. 229. A juror, an arbitrator, and a witness, ought to be indifferent, and when they are not so, they may be challenged. See 9 Conn. 42.