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coldheartedness

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of cold-heartedness.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Like others, Candelaria said he thought McVeigh's behavior during the trial was "coldheartedness, not shedding a tear."

    The Verdict: Death

  • I think of Victoria and I think prettiness, not bigotry or coldheartedness.

    A ride in Autumn: no brakes and posing with things you stomp on

  • Even more troubling to him was the imprimatur the U.S. military accorded this coldheartedness.

    Tour of Duty

  • Even more troubling to him was the imprimatur the U.S. military accorded this coldheartedness.

    Tour of Duty

  • And here I paused, letting the words sink in, knowing that the INS was widely loathed throughout the immigrant communities, but especially among Latinos for its brutality and coldheartedness in sending them back.

    Last Lullaby

  • And here I paused, letting the words sink in, knowing that the INS was widely loathed throughout the immigrant communities, but especially among Latinos for its brutality and coldheartedness in sending them back.

    Last Lullaby

  • All I could think about was that young woman and how my coldheartedness had caused her to take her own life.

    A Red Death

  • All I could think about was that young woman and how my coldheartedness had caused her to take her own life.

    A Red Death

  • All I could think about was that young woman and how my coldheartedness had caused her to take her own life.

    A Red Death

  • Prof. WEST: It's deeply hedonistic, self-indulgent, pleasure, instant gratification, violence -- unbelievable in terms of -- not just physical violence, but the psychic violence that creates a coldheartedness and a mean-spiritedness toward one another, and we see this more and more among young people.

    The Cornel West Reader

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