American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Exhibiting or feeling no kindness or compassion; heartless.
- adj. Obsolete Inhuman.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without natural affection; unnatural.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. obsolete Destitute of kindness; unnatural.
- kind + -less (Wiktionary)
“And to be fair, I did sort of force them on her, an act of kindless, but let's face it, she didn't ask for them, just thougth I'd be nice in the spirit of her kind recommendation.”
“Dear kindless – I asked your friend Mr. Bill, but he could NOT find any correspondence from YOU slamming him for his assertions about Saddam Hussein.”
“His friendship with Scrotes had given him to feel kinder to the world; their parting had left him kindless.”
“I believe nobleness kindless nobleness; as love engenders love, so too, nobleness engenders nobleness.”
“Remorseless, treacherous, lecherous, kindless villain! and culminates in Hamlet's cry”
“_ Lady, you misjudge my purpose -- true, that once I proved myself your foe, perhaps a kindless one; time and pity have extinguished hate.”
“Tender and agreeable sentiments steal into the soul, and are by the smallest opposition wound up into the most impetuous fury: Jealousy kindless with love; discord triumphs; and the gentlest of passions requires sacrifices of human blood to appease it.”
“It was a sad, gloomy, kindless November night, when Godfrey arrived in London.”
“The bleak, kindless wind was hissing through those pines that clothed the hill above”
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