[ UK /ˌæpɐθˈɛtɪkli/ ]
  1. in an apathetic manner
    she behaves apathetically these days
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How To Use apathetically In A Sentence

  • Once or twice the latter attempts –rather apathetically – to regain its former rhythm, before both make towards a steady walking pace.
  • All right," was the unexpected response, rumbled apathetically from the deep chest. Chapter II
  • The public in general, somewhat apathetically, is neither clamoring for him to stay nor bellowing at him to leave. The Accidental Autocrat
  • Not all reform, however, was apathetically received.
  • King looked on apathetically while his seconds mopped the streaming water from him, dried his face, and prepared him to leave the ring. A PIECE OF STEAK
  • ‘Who knows, who cares,’ Todd said apathetically.
  • This mentality gives an excuse for people to act apathetically toward rape and sexual assault. Hannah Weintraub: Penn State and Our National Attitude Towards Rape
  • So I'll vote, and I might well vote Labour, if a little apathetically.
  • The individuals who experienced stigmata were those who prayed deeply and linked themselves apathetically to the suffering of mankind.
  • He glanced apathetically about at the different posters from the 20s and 30s advertising different liquors and cheeses.
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