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  • adj. uncaring
  • n. uncaringness


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non- +‎ caring


  • Pincock said that Adam James showed up at practice after the concussion diagnosis in sunglasses and street clothes and showed a "noncaring" attitude when asked to walk around the field.

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  • He fixed the republicans lack luster and noncaring problems that brought the nation to its knees.

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  • That is quite different from the cartels image that cyberspace is filled with noncaring pirates that are out for number one.

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  • "If there's a constant effort to describe America as a noncaring country, then people are going to have a bad attitude about us,"

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  • Experiencing a significant and prolonged drop in school grades, accompanied by a noncaring attitude

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  • Are you brainwashed. get your head out of the sand or are you one of the noncaring fat cats? beav, why not, you repugs don't want warning systems for volcanoes and tsunamies ... all magic to you anyway, right?

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  • Don't end up in an early grave for noncaring hypocritical assholes!!

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