Disinterest sentence example

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  • His facade of disinterest infuriated her.
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  • He's sizing you up underneath that exterior of disinterest and casual politeness.
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  • The obvious cause of his hesitation was disinterest.
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  • Two Immortal mates were already eating, and she looked over the food with disinterest.
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  • "I expected a knife or a gun," he said, looking at it in disinterest.
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  • Clients who express disinterest in social interaction are often thought to be depressed.
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  • Inevitably, without remedial action, such disinterest seems destined to lead to a slow leeching away of members.
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  • Common red flags that children may be experiencing a depressive disorder include a sudden decline in grades and/or disinterest in schoolwork, avoidance of friends, loss of interest in extracurricular activities, and withdrawal from family.
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  • What I find even more disconcerting is that South African architects appeared to have shown a disinterest in the Indaba.
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  • Young men can be good at feigning disinterest or resistance.
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  • The World Churches have so much to teach the United Free Church; why therefore such apparent disinterest?
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  • There can be little doubt that Tom's greatest disappointment was his son's total disinterest in the family business.
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  • The German side declares its complete political disinterest in these areas.
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  • From a general disinterest in cross country racing, the long distance endurance events have evolved.
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  • Distinguishing between conflicted shyness and social disinterest in early childhood."
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  • Scorpio is fascinated by Virgo’s seeming disinterest in traditional romance, while Virgo is intrigued by Scorpio’s ardent zest for love.
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  • Feeling a little hurt by his apparent disinterest, she picked up her plate and started cleaning up the camp.
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  • During the elementary school years, the child becomes increasingly interested in peers, but this is not be a sign of disinterest in the parent-child relationship.
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  • The Yale University Office of Public Affairs discusses a Yale study that found that people with pervasive developmental disorders see faces as objects, possibly creating a disinterest in people.
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  • She couldn't take her mind off Xander, especially since she began to think he'd taken her disinterest in him as a dare.
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