Which preposition to use with indifference

to Occurrences 504%

Both Cardinals said exactly what one imagined they would saythat the traditional fidelity of France to the church should be supported and encouraged in every way in these troubled days of indifference to religion, etc.

of Occurrences 169%

And most of us must remember, too, the strange indifference of our elders.

on Occurrences 51%

TO PROTECT BELGIAN AUTONOMY On the same afternoon, in the same place, Sir Edward Grey reiterated the other dominant principle of British foreign policythat England can never look with indifference on the seizure by a great continental power of any portion of Belgium and Holland.

with Occurrences 39%

This latter gentleman I have myself always supposed to be my father, though he has treated two or three letters I have written to him, with the indifference with which one would be apt to treat the pretensions of an impostor.

in Occurrences 38%

"I suppose we shall see you towards midnight," he said lightly as he passed Gifford, his tone clearly suggesting his utter indifference in the matter.

as Occurrences 37%

I got home I don't quite know how; but in my mind there was no longer any indifference as to the thing, whatever it was, that haunted these ruins.

towards Occurrences 21%

This detraction of the Sultan's suzerainty is only a corollary of the Premier's indifference towards the Muslim idea of the Caliphate.

for Occurrences 20%

"When Geoffrey Chittenden, Senior, makes up his mind to do anything, he has the most sublime indifference for the thermometer of any one I ever had the honor of knowing.

about Occurrences 13%

They, who drink one cup, and, who drink twenty, are equally punctual in preparing or partaking it; and, indeed, there are few but discover, by their indifference about it, that they are brought together not by the tea, but the tea-table.

toward Occurrences 9%

Name three words besides dull that could be applied to a blade or a point; five to a person with slow intellect; three to indifference toward others; two to a color; three to a day that is not cheerful; five to talk or discourse that is not interesting.

by Occurrences 8%

He was always quarrelling with his mother, and was treated with indifference by his guardian.

like Occurrences 5%

The means for carrying on the gigantic machinery of centralized administration, and for supporting the court in its follies, were wrung from the groaning peasantry with a cynical indifference like that with which tribute is extorted by barbaric chieftains from a conquered enemy.

between Occurrences 5%

But immediately the members excluded in 1648 brought forward their claim to sit, and Monk assumed the appearance of the most perfect indifference between the parties.

at Occurrences 5%

"Ah, so I have penetrated your indifference at last, sir!"

over Occurrences 4%

But when he came out of her father's roomnot cowed and whipped as most men left ithe had looked at her with a veiled glance, and since that moment there had always been a mist of indifference over his eyes when he looked at her.

into Occurrences 3%

The quiescence and security of the conjugal relation are, doubtless, favorable to the manifestation of the highest qualities by persons who have already attained a high standard of culture, but rarely foster a passion sufficient to rouse all the faculties to aid in winning or retaining its beloved objectto convert indolence into activity, indifference into ardent partisanship, dulness into perspicuity.

from Occurrences 2%

Indifference from a woman was a new experience to him, and annoyed him.

among Occurrences 2%

Those who suppose there is any real mirth or indifference among them at any time, have taken but a superficial view of these wretched men.

thatlike Occurrences 1%

The fact is that at this time and for centuries afterwards the Romans regarded the Christians with such lordly indifference thatlike Festus, and Felix and Seneca's brother Galliothey never took the trouble to distinguish them from the Jews.

amid Occurrences 1%

Conscious, therefore, of administering affairs of a higher order than those that concern merely the weal and woe of the individual, he administers them with sublime indifference amid the tumult of war, the bustle of business, or the raging of a plagueindeed, he pursues them into the seclusion of the cloisters.

without Occurrences 1%

He could not have recommended this indifference without ceasing to be wise as he was; for without justice there is no wisdom on earth.

during Occurrences 1%

The marked stoicism of his demeanor was not lost on the reporters, and they noticed it in paragraphs to the effect that the prisoner exhibited a hardened indifference during the most thrilling portion of the evidence.

through Occurrences 1%

The immediate author of so much mischief, it is true, is the diminutive vampire which is now making its escape with cold-blooded indifference through a very considerable fracture in one of the panes; but surely the person who saved from destruction, and may thus be considered to have given existence to the cause of all this loss of temper and of property, cannot conscientiously affirm that his withers are unwrung!

Which preposition to use with  indifference