indifferent to, indifferent toward(s)

The prepositions used with indifferent are to, toward or towards.

  • Michel found he was no longer indifferent to (toward) the idea of supper; in fact, his stomach was rumbling with hunger.
  • Children with autism often seem indifferent towards their parents and their surroundings.
  • How can we remain indifferent to the plight of so many homeless people in our own country?

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