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ap·a·thet·ic

(ap'ă-thet'ik),
Exhibiting apathy; indifferent.

ap·a·thet·ic

(ap-ă-thet'ik)
psychology Denotes a patient exhibiting lack of emotion; indifferent.

apathetic

(ap?a-thet'ik) [ apath(y) + (path)etic]
Indifferent; without interest. Synonym: apathic
apathetically (i-k(a-)le)
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156) Madison valued religious liberty so highly that his principles would bar the democratic state from infringing it in any way, in word or deed, whether accidentally, incidentally, apathetically, hostilely, or even benevolently.
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