Not caring or concerned; uninterested, apathetic. (adjective)
Mediocre, usually used negatively in modern usage. (adjective)
Having no preference or bias, being impartial. (adjective)
Not significant in size or amount, immaterial. (adjective)
Being in the state of neutral equilibrium. (adjective)
To some extent, in some degree (intermediate between very and not at all); moderately, tolerably, fairly. (adverb)
Examples of word indifferent
IV. i.93 (416,7) [garters of an indifferent knit] What is the sense of this I know not, unless it means, that their _garters_ should be _fellows_; _indifferent_, or _not different_, one from the other.
For there being, says he, in Nature some things good, some things bad, and some things between them both, which we call indifferent; there is no man but would rather have the good than the indifferent, and the indifferent than the bad.
The PAC also expressed concern about what it termed the indifferent manner in which the national and provincial departments of safety and security were treating the "legitimate grievances" of police personnel in Transkei.
"The Church cannot remain indifferent before the separation and divorce of couples", Pope Benedict cried, "before the break-up of homes and the repercussions on children, who need extremely precise points of reference for their instruction and education: in other words determined and confident parents who participate in their upbringing".
No one has been able to remain indifferent to such a monumental slip of the tongue.