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Indifferent, adj. 1) neither good nor bad, neither deserving praise nor blame, neither high nor low: “where your good word cannot advantage him, your slander never can endamage him; therefore the office is i.” Gent. III, 2, 44. “their garters of an i. knit,” Shr. IV, 1, 94 (ordinary, common, neither striking nor shocking). “this comes off well and excellent. I.” Tim. I, 1, 30. “how do ye both? As the i. children of the earth,” Hml. II, 2, 231.
2) of no moment: “dangers are to me i.” Caes. I, 3, 115.
3) taking no interest, unconcerned: “doth his majesty incline to it or no? He seems i.” H5 I, 1, 72.
4) impartial: “look on my wrongs with an i. eye,” R2 II, 3, 116. “having here no judge i.” H8 II, 4, 17.
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