shallow-hearted love



from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Incapable of deep feeling.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Incapable of deep or strong feeling or affection.


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  • As well as reminding the world that she's a singer, Jessica Simpson also showed that she wasn't the vacuous, shallow-hearted, out-of-touch moron that some would have you believe.

    Jessica Simpson To Invade Kuwait

  • He had grown as dry and hard and empty as a quill, as such silly shallow-hearted fellows deserve to grow.

    The Water Babies

  • For if a country beauty in clumsy shoes be only shallow-hearted enough, it is astonishing how closely her mental processes may resemble those of

    Adam Bede

  • He had grown as dry and hard and empty as a quill, as such silly, shallow-hearted fellows deserve to grow.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 2

  • Then, again, was the _Amy_ of _Locksley Hall_ quite as shallow-hearted and so forth as the angry rhymester declares?

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, October 3, 1891

  • Anna, the insignificant Ottavio, the light-headed and shallow-hearted

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 4, April, 1864

  • But his insistence on this great theme has naturally scared away the empty-headed and the shallow-hearted, and many also of the careless clever.

    My Contemporaries In Fiction

  • "Mercy is superior to justice, the shallow-hearted to the contrary notwithstanding."

    The Fountainhead

  • Oh, a trifling, shallow-hearted jilt, but a brave creature!

    Gallantry Dizain des Fetes Galantes

  • King Richard to be swayed by you, until against his will you daily guide this shallow-hearted fool to some commendable action.



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