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- adj. Not compassionate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not compassionate; having no pity.
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- adj. lacking compassion or feeling for others
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We know what kind of uncompassionate little kweer you are - the kind that revels in others 'misfortune and spits on others' beliefs.
I hope that in Obama's letter he mentions to North Korea that it is barbaric and uncompassionate to torture and kill for food consumption cats and dogs.
This was decided by our society and the uncompassionate and selfish people who refer to themselves as CHRISTIANS.
I don't understand how the people who oppose the bill can be so selfish, uncompassionate, and individualist to put themseves against giving healthcare to millions of Americans.
More spewing from an uncompassionate and greedy zealot.
Really, really sad how uncompassionate and judgemental so many of you people posting are.
If you've read H.G. Wells's The Time Machine, you've gained insight into man's nature to develop a cultural divide between the Haves and the Have-Nots -- an unfair, uncompassionate tendency.
They point their spindly liberal fingers at the supposed greedy, uncompassionate people and demand more of their money so they can salve their own conscious.
This helps explain why it would be harder for such people to follow a supremacist ideology that by definition is uncompassionate towards the "out" group.
Four decades ago, Richard Nixon was casting around for a new enemy to shore up support for his unique brand of uncompassionate conservatism.