from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Variant of stonyhearted.

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  • adj. Hard-hearted; pitiless; unfeeling.


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stone +‎ hearted


  • Yes sir ... this is an option every callous stonehearted Republicans can favor and savor.

    Key senator unveils long-awaited health-care proposal

  • Do young reporters know anything about Ludlow, Colorado, in 1914, when the Colorado National Guard, We the People's militia, fired on and killed 25 striking miners, mostly immigrants, striking against cold, stonehearted mine owners, even back then able to get away with ordering miners to work in sometimes sure-death conditions miles under the Sangre de Cristos Mountains in this instance.

    Flying High

  • But the stonehearted ruler set a deadline for the thirteenth day in Adar to satisfy his demand, or else.


  • I have to say that I am as cynical and stonehearted as any New Yorker, but, alas, I swallowed hard when he invoked “Dear Anne’s” name.



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