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coldbloodedness

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  • noun Alternative spelling of cold-bloodedness.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "We had access to the real tapes that weren't even available to the public, I won't tell you how, and when you hear Haldeman commiserating in the demise of trusted friends, the coldbloodedness reminds you of those gangster movies where the Mafia kingpins sit around and discuss the impending demise of the archenemy."

    Hollywood's Most Controversial Director Oliver Stone Takes On Our Most Controversial President Richard Nixon

  • A disturbing feature of police murders was the coldbloodedness in which these acts were often committed, Smit said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A disturbing feature of police murders was the coldbloodedness in which these acts were often committed, Smit said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • If so, this is also part of the explanation a people's coldbloodedness when facing the problems of sufferings and deaths in the poorest countries, hit by the effects of the oil crisis, the food crisis and the population explosion.

    Gunnar Myrdal - Prize Lecture

  • He had his own brother-in-law killed with shocking coldbloodedness.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • He had his own brother-in-law killed with shocking coldbloodedness.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • He had his own brother-in-law killed with shocking coldbloodedness.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • "With an excellent introduction by Lord Russell of Liverpool and brilliantly translated from the German by Constantino FitzGibbon ... this appalling book holds a compulsive fascination by reason of its very coldbloodedness." —

    Commandant of Auschwitz

  • Feel the utter insignificance of my best efforts; sore point; no time at all to prepare; I tremble when I think of what I venture in coldbloodedness.

    Woman's Endurance

  • Feel the utter insignificance of my best efforts; sore point; no time at all to prepare; I tremble when I think of what I venture in coldbloodedness.

    Woman's Endurance

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