Indifferency

In*dif"fer*en*cy

(?), n. Absence of interest in, or influence from, anything; unconcernedness; equilibrium; indifferentism; indifference. Gladstone.
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To give ourselves to a detestable indifferency or neutrality in this cause.
Fuller.
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Moral liberty . . . does not, after all, consist in a power of indifferency, or in a power of choosing without regard to motives.
Hazlitt.
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