indifferent

Indifferent vs Unbothered - What's the difference?

indifferent | unbothered |


As a verb indifferent

is .

As an adjective unbothered is

not bothered, serene.

Indifferent vs Comparable - What's the difference?

indifferent | comparable |


As a verb indifferent

is .

As an adjective comparable is

able to be compared (to).

As a noun comparable is

something suitable for comparison.

Despair vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

despair | indifferent |


As verbs the difference between despair and indifferent

is that despair is (obsolete) to give up as beyond hope or expectation; to despair of while indifferent is .

As a noun despair

is loss of hope; utter hopelessness; complete despondency.

Tranquil vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

tranquil | indifferent | Related terms |

Tranquil is a related term of indifferent.


As an adjective tranquil

is free from emotional or mental disturbance.

As a verb indifferent is

.

Mindless vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

mindless | indifferent | Related terms |

Mindless is a related term of indifferent.


As an adjective mindless

is showing a lack of forethought or sense.

As a verb indifferent is

.

Indifferent vs Unfazed - What's the difference?

indifferent | unfazed |


As a verb indifferent

is .

As an adjective unfazed is

not frightened or hesitant; undaunted; not put off.

Lacklustre vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

lacklustre | indifferent | Related terms |

Lacklustre is a related term of indifferent.


As an adjective lacklustre

is (british).

As a verb indifferent is

.

Indifferent vs Blind - What's the difference?

indifferent | blind | Related terms |

Indifferent is a related term of blind.


As verbs the difference between indifferent and blind

is that indifferent is while blind is to make temporarily or permanently blind.

As an adjective blind is

(not comparable|of a person or animal) unable to see, due to physiological or neurological factors.

As a noun blind is

a covering for a window to keep out light the may be made of cloth or of narrow slats that can block light or allow it to pass.

As an adverb blind is

without seeing; unseeingly.

Indifferent vs Vacant - What's the difference?

indifferent | vacant | Related terms |

Indifferent is a related term of vacant.


As a verb indifferent

is .

As an adjective vacant is

not occupied; empty.

Imperceivable vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

imperceivable | indifferent | Related terms |

Imperceivable is a related term of indifferent.


As an adjective imperceivable

is that cannot be perceived; imperceptible.

As a verb indifferent is

.

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