But his apathy only served to heighten Madame's agitation.
"A Versailles Christmas-Tide" by Mary Stuart Boyd
At times, however, their apathy and laziness is amazing.
"Sport and Work on the Nepaul Frontier" by James Inglis
Some quarters still resist the encroachments of silence and apathy.
"Paris under the Commune" by John Leighton
She felt also a strange apathy which prevented her being alarmed.
"Saxe Holm's Stories" by Helen Hunt Jackson
Bennington's distress became apathy.
"The Claim Jumpers" by Stewart Edward White
Shake off that infernal apathy that's taking possession of you where I'm concerned.
"Big Timber" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
But his head was aching from the blow of the tomahawk, and he waited in a sort of apathy.
"The Masters of the Peaks" by Joseph A. Altsheler
Its energy is exerted in frenzied fits; its forbearance is apathy or ignorance.
"Lands of the Slave and the Free" by Henry A. Murray
The cause of this sudden abandonment of their previous apathy soon revealed itself.
"A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians" by H. C. Yarrow
One notable result of dulness and apathy is to make a person unattractive to the opposite sex and to be unattracted by them.
"Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development" by Francis Galton
But I experienced an apathy, for which neither then nor afterwards did I quite know how to account.
"J. S. Le Fanu's Ghostly Tales, Volume 2" by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Looking at it from the purely philosophic point of view there is something sad in this dull apathy.
"Hodge and His Masters" by Richard Jefferies
Why so much apathy, Krishna, beside the fig tree?
"The Loves of Krishna in Indian Painting and Poetry" by W. G. Archer
The Turks alone showed apathy; though all showed submission.
"The Wing-and-Wing" by J. Fenimore Cooper
There was general apathy with regard to improvement in any way whatever.
"American Missionary, Vol. XLII., May, 1888., No. 5" by Various
His only companions were two negroes, who, with the apathy of their race, spent the principal part of the time in sleep.
"Discoveries in Australia, Volume 2" by John Lort Stokes
Your Seneca's, your Epictetus's, and the rest of your stoical tribe, with all their apathy nonsense, could not come up to this.
"Clarissa, Or The History Of A Young Lady, Volume 8" by Samuel Richardson
I have shaken off my stolid apathy, or, rather, it has fallen off of itself.
"Nancy" by Rhoda Broughton
Startled, now and then, into admiration or wonder, my apathy fell from me like a garment, and my heart throbbed again as of old.
"In the Days of My Youth" by Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards
Both socially and in its effects upon individuals, the result of the system in Ceylon has been apathy almost approaching to infidelity.
"Ceylon; an Account of the Island Physical, Historical, and Topographical with Notices of Its Natural History, Antiquities and Productions, Volume 1 (of 2)" by James Emerson Tennent
Sons of Liberty, arise!
Who your country's glory prize,
Spread your banner to the skies!
Wake from apathy!
"Sons of Liberty" by John Pierpont
I. Come, Apathy, and o'er me breathe thy spell,
Whilst I devote to thee those bosom'd treasures
Which feeling gave, and thou shalt sound the knell
Of my departed joys and dying pleasures.
"Spleen" by Sydney Owenson
But, if thy magic pow'rs impart
One soft sensation to the heart,
If thy warm precepts can dispense
One thrilling transport o'er my sense; Oh! keep thy gifts, and let me fly,
In APATHY's cold arms to die.
"Ode to the Muse" by Mary Darby Robinson
Thou art fallen man's best friend! With thee he speeds
In frigid apathy along his way.
And never does the tear of agony
Burn down his scorching cheek; or the keen steel
Of wounded feeling penetrate his breast.
"Fragment" by Henry Kirke White
Teach me, with active zeal, to wake
At nature's sigh, for pity's sake,
When pride in dreams of apathy will nod!
Still guided by thy Christian breath,
Keep me, thro' scenes of life, and death,
To mortals kind, and dutiful to God.
"Hymn To Humility" by William Hayley
No brave endeavor of the broken will
To cling to such poor stays as will abide
(Although the waves be wild and angry still)
After the lapsing of the swollen tide.
No fear of further loss, no hope of gain,
Naught but the apathy of weary pain.
"Epochs" by Emma Lazarus
Gross Out and About Maps & Atlases Kick Apathy to the Curb at Neurolux.
Apathy on the rise in Mariners Nation.
Money, apathy are Chafin's assets.
Obama Campus Fervor Losing to Apathy as Students Sour on 2012.
Kosovo's biggest problem: Balkans ' apathy.
Rolling Stones fans, if you're feeling slightly despondent given your apathy regarding the upcoming 2012 Presidental election, we think we've found another reason for you to be sprightly about early November.
Sometimes it is hard to know whether to channel the rage or let apathy wash over you.
You can call it "Facebook Apathy" or "Facebook Funk," but "Facebook Fatigue" it isn't.
'Degree of apathy' cited in report.
The other is voter apathy, especially among the young.
Trying to label THE defense mechanism of Gen Xers -- "a kind of diligent apathy," according to Wampole -- is as strained trying to characterize one reviled stereotype, the hipster , as somehow representative of all Millennials.
Our editorial this week warns about the danger of apathy among Catholics.
Confusion or apathy about the marquee race on today's ballots should not keep voters from making their way to polling places in order to decide races much closer to home.
President Barack Obama incited a lot of excitement among young voters in 2008, but at a young professionals round table in downtown Pittsburgh Tuesday, a worry about voter apathy was expressed.
Across Pennsylvania, hundreds of local government elected positions are vacant, and it's too easy to dismiss the problem as simple apathy.