• I don't know what apathy means. How's that?
  • His cold-hearted apathy towards her after they broke up hurt her deeply.
  • I could but I am overwhelmed by apathy.
  • Apathy means never having to care. Not that I do that though.
  • The feeling was more than a lack of passion, or even mild dis-interest; it was, in a word apathy.
  • I upset a member of the Pathy tribe on a visit to Africa, its not wise to upset 'a Pathy' ...
  • The political desease of the masses is apathy.
  • What's "a path y"ou're on? Actually, I could care less about apathy.
  • Teacher: What's the difference between ignorance and apathy? Student: I don't know and, frankly, I don't give a damn!
  • I just don't feel like doing it today, sorry.
  • His apathy toward his job eventually got him fired. (indifference, unconcern) The politician was nervous because he was seeing signs of apathy from his loyal constituents. (passiveness, indifference) She was apathetic toward her education and never got good grades. (indifferent, unconcerned) adjective I was surprised at his apathy and lack of emotion on the fun day I had planned for us; I thought he would be more enthusiastic. (stoicism, indifference) Young people today are so apathetic about politics. Don't be so apathetic - how are you going to get a job if you don't even write a letter? There is widespread apathy among students at present. A certain apathy or sluggishness in his nature which led him . . . to leave events to take their own course - Prescott. According to the Stoics, apathy meant the extinction of the passions by the ascendency of reason - Fleming. A woman who became active rather than apathetic as she grew older. Rational apathy is voter indifference based on a reasoned assessment that his or her vote will not materially influence the outcome of the election.
  • His apathy over their demise hurt her much worse than his harsh words ever did.

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