Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Lack of compassion or pity.
- n. obsolete Lack of compassion.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete Lack of compassion or pity.
- in- + compassion (Wiktionary)
“He has confused God's infinite love and justice for contempt and incompassion.”
“True, he is disposed to sympathy for those incurring the inconveniences and discomforts, but against apparent incompassion may be offset his indubitable sympathy with the dog.”
“Not only must we pray, but we must reach out and change the course of this destructive generational history we are creating by our intolerance incompassion and our ignoring of our neighbors - especially our youth.”
“And while all creation stands aghast beside the gaping graves, by rivers of blood, mourning with us the loss of some of the greatest Englishmen that ever lived, South Africa, having constituted herself the only vandal State, possesses sufficient incompassion to celebrate the protection conferred on her by the British Fleet and devote her God-given security to an orgy of tyranny over those hapless coloured subjects of the King, whom the Union constitution has placed in the hollow of her hands.”
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