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3. mediocrity, moderateness, passableness; averageness, ordinariness, commonplaceness. indifferent, adj. 1. apathetic, apathetical, unconcerned, uninterested, distant, aloof, removed, Laodicean, insouciant; impassive, impassible, dispassionate, passionless, unemotional, emotionless, unexcited, uncaring, careless, nonchalant, pococurante, perfunctory, Archaic, impassionate; lukewarm, cool, cold, frigid, icy; listless, phlegmatic, dull, dead; insensible, insensitive, insensate, unfeeling, unsympathetic, un-compassionate, inconsiderate, callous; unsusceptible, impenetrable, unimpressable, unreachable, stoical, stolid, Spartan, stony.
2. neutral, impartial, disinterested, unbiased, unprejudiced, nondiscriminatory, nondiscriminative, unbig-oted; objective, nonsubjective, detached, not personally involved; equitable, even-handed, fair, fair-minded, just,
Inf. square.
3. mediocre, middling, moderate, medium; fair, soso, not bad,
Inf. O.K., such as it is; passable, reasonable, acceptable, adequate, sufficient; average, modest, ordinary, commonplace, lightweight, Inf. not so hot.
4. unimportant, immaterial, irrelevant, neither here nor there; insignificant, inconsequential, inconsequent, of no consequence, minor, of no matter; trivial, trifling, inappreciable, slight, petty, mean.
5. unessential, unnecessary, unneeded, expendable; unrequired, nonobligatory, exemptible. indigence,
n. poverty, penury, destitution, impecuniousness, impecuniosity, beggary, pennilessness, neediness; insolvency, bankruptcy, liquidation; distress, straits, difficulties, indebtedness; pauperism, pauper-age, pauperdom, mendicancy, mendicity; hand-to-mouth existence, starvation, hunger; insufficiency, scantiness, threadbareness, privation, deprivation, want, lack, need. indigene, n. native, inhabitant, habitant, dweller, citizen, local; countryman, compatriot, Yiddish. landsman; aborigine, aboriginal, autochthon, Australian Inf. boong, primitive. indigenous, adj. 1. native, endemic, endemical, original, aboriginal, autochthonous, autochthonal, au-tochthonic; indwelling, immanent, intrinsic, inherent; inborn, inbred, connate, connatural, natural, natural-born, ingenerate; congenital, hereditary, inherited, in the blood, in the family.
2. inveterate, rooted, deep-rooted, planted, implanted, fixed, infixed, ineradicable; permanent, inseparable, built-in; ingrained, in the grain, inwrought. indigent,
adj. 1. poverty-stricken, impoverished, penurious, impecunious, beggared, pauperized; destitute, poor, needy, necessitous, barefoot, ragged, bad off, badly off; beggarly, mendicant; pinched, straitened, distressed, Inf. strapped, Inf. up against it, Inf. on one's uppers, Inf. hard up; financially embarrassed, out of cash, penniless, Inf. short, Brit. SI. skint, Inf. broke, Inf dead broke, Inf. flat broke, Inf. stone broke; unable to make both ends meet, poor as Job's turkey, unable to keep the wolf from the door; bankrupt, ruined, wiped out, Inf. on the rocks, insolvent, overdrawn, in the red; down and out, out at the elbows, down at the heels, seedy.
2. lacking, wanting, in need; deprived, deficient, bereft, devoid, destitute of; without, sans; helpless, stranded, high and dry.
-n. 3. pauper, poor person, have-not, ragamuffin, tatterdemalion, hobo,
SI. bindle stiff; beggar, cadger, Inf. panhandler, mendicant, beadsman, almsman, Scot. gaberlunzie. indigestible, adj. heavy, disagreeing, hard to swallow, hard to stomach, unassimilable, undigestible, indigestive; distasteful, unpalatable, sickening, nauseating, nauseous; obnoxious, offensive, repulsive, revolting.

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