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- adj. Alternative form of cold-hearted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wanting passion or feeling or emotional warmth; indifferent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wanting sympathy or feeling; indifferent; unkind.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking in sympathy or feeling
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Homer, the only "coldhearted" decision was when your dad sold drivers licenses to unqualified drivers who not only killed the Willis children and put the lives of all of us at risk.
'cause heaven knows we don't want to be "coldhearted".
For much of the media, the battle around the country is between rich taxpayers, municipal bondholders and coldhearted Republicans on one side and working people and Democrats on the other.
Click below to witness his coldhearted rejection of my colorful gift!
Moss is probably commiserating with Favre on the coldhearted treatment he is receiving his now-former team.
In our second annual coldhearted gift guide, what you give is exactly what you want .
Then too were the pair of hot dogs that were left by the roadside after convenience had collided with responsibility in one unnamed and coldhearted owner's life.
Tommy Cobutt is coldhearted incompentent Senator and quack doctor that should not be re-elected as Senator.
She decides that American society is loud, smelly, confusing, coldhearted and unnatural.
It might sound coldhearted, but it is the only way to know for certain whether, and for whom, current remedies actually work.