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- adv. In a callous manner; done without regard to others' sensitivities.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a callous, hardened, or unfeeling manner.
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- adv. in a callous way
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Louise is a compulsive cleaner, and Benjamin callously exploits fragile women for his own sexual satisfaction.
AGENT RAY LUNDIN, KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION: And I remember how he kind of callously said, you know, "She was over there yelling, you know, 'Mama, mama, mama!' something like that."
And he warned that a Conservative government would "callously" return Britain to the
Present and future releases of information by the Netherlands National Archive on "Jew hunters," and other black-hearted informants and collaborators who so callously contributed to the Holocaust will go a long way towards such "justice and accountability," even with the understandable caveats and restrictions.
This decision callously puts thousands of children in harm's way.
A recent government decision callously put thousands of kids in harm's way.
Members relished a soliloquy of Launce to his shoes, who spin his relatives as they bewail his depart for unfamiliar shoresin sharp contrariety to his dog Crab, who callously refuses to strew a tear (2.3).
At some time or other, in big ways or small, publicly or privately, unwittingly or callously, Del had slighted, insulted, marginalized, provoked, or wronged each and every member of the board.
Alexander was about to order the table removed lest he be accused of callously breaching protocol and offending the gods, when Philotas, the son of general Parmenion, urged him to stop.
Charles knew from experience that William was likely to be seen as a cad for callously breaking up with the loyal Miss Middleton for no apparent reason.