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cold-heartedness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Want of feeling or sensibility.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun an absence of concern for the welfare of others; indifference to the suffering of others.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun the state of being cold-hearted

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an absence of concern for the welfare of others

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Examples

  • The normalization of cruelty and brash cold-heartedness is the brand of our time.

    Dr. Cheryl Pappas: Lindsay Lohan: Easy to Be Hard

  • But, the distinctive among conservatives and liberals isn't between compassion and cold-heartedness!

    Saving Carlos: Budget cuts leave 2nd-grader behind

  • The normalization of cruelty and brash cold-heartedness is the brand of our time.

    Dr. Cheryl Pappas: Lindsay Lohan: Easy to Be Hard

  • Eyebrows are raised as high as golden arches at the colossal cold-heartedness that McDonald's has shown in regards to the treatment of its employee, Nigel Haskett.

    David Weiner: McDonald's McScrews Hero Out of Money [UPDATED]

  • If the U.S. government of Toobworld was engaged in the same kind of conversations as seen with Prime Minister Green and his advisers, then I would imagine their cold-heartedness would lead them to think cities like Baltimore would be the primary source for their 10% quota.....

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  • We must learn to discipline ourselves, maintain our focus on doing what is good and right for the love of Jesus who loved us in the face of OUR cruelty and cold-heartedness toward Him.

    Francis' Perfect Joy!

  • Ella Rentheim puts it — "for that is what the cold has made of us"; the central moral of the piece being that all the errors of humanity spring from cold-heartedness and neglect of the natural heat of love.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • Your work shines out like a beacon of hope to women everywhere as society slipps ever deeper into the abyss of madness, imorality, greed an, corruption and cold-heartedness.

    Benefits of the Harmonious Home

  • Ella Rentheim puts it — "for that is what the cold has made of us"; the central moral of the piece being that all the errors of humanity spring from cold-heartedness and neglect of the natural heat of love.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • How was it possible that an innocent girl should perceive the cold-heartedness evinced by this letter?

    Eug�nie Grandet

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