the maintenance of thy true religion, and virtue.Book of Com. Prayer [Eng. Ed. ]
Set honor in one eye and death i' the other,Shak.
And I will look on both indifferently.
I hope it may indifferently entertain your lordship at an unbending hour.Rowe.
(In`di*ful"vin) n. [Indican + L. fulvus reddish yellow.] (Chem.) A reddish resinous substance,
obtained from indican.
(In`di*fus"cin) n. [Indican + L. fuscus dusky.] (Chem.) A brown amorphous powder, obtained
(In"di*geen) n. Same as Indigene. Darwin.
(In"di*gence) n. [L. indigentia: cf. F. indigence. See Indigent.] The condition of being
indigent; want of estate, or means of comfortable subsistence; penury; poverty; as, helpless indigence.
Syn. Poverty; penury; destitution; want; need; privation; lack. See Poverty.
(In"di*gen*cy) n. Indigence.
New indigencies founded upon new desires.South.
(In"di*gene) n. [L. indigena: cf. F. indigène. See Indigenous.] One born in a country; an
aboriginal animal or plant; an autochthon. Evelyn. Tylor.
(In*dig"e*nous) a. [L. indigenus, indigena, fr. OL. indu (fr. in in) + the root of L. gignere
to beget, bear. See In, and Gender.]
1. Native; produced, growing, or living, naturally in a country or climate; not exotic; not imported.
Negroes were all transported from Africa and are not indigenous or proper natives of America.Sir T.
In America, cotton, being indigenous, is cheap.Lion Playas.
2. Native; inherent; innate.
Joy and hope are emotions indigenous to the human mind.I. Taylor.
(In"di*gent) a. [L. indigent, L. indigens, p. p. of indigere to stand in need of, fr. OL. indu (fr.
in- in) + L. egere to be needy, to need.]
1. Wanting; void; free; destitute; used with of. [Obs.] Bacon.
2. Destitute of property or means of comfortable subsistence; needy; poor; in want; necessitous.
Indigent faint souls past corporal toil.Shak.
Charity consists in relieving the indigent.Addison.
(In"di*gent*ly), adv. In an indigent manner.
(In`di*gest") a. [L. indigestus unarranged. See Indigested.] Crude; unformed; unorganized; undigested.
[Obs.] "A chaos rude and indigest." W. Browne. "Monsters and things indigest." Shak.