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cal·lous

 (kăl′əs)
adj.
1. Having calluses; toughened: callous skin on the elbow.
2. Emotionally hardened; unfeeling: a callous indifference to the suffering of others.
tr. & intr.v. cal·loused, cal·lous·ing, cal·lous·es
To make or become callous.

[Middle English, from Old French cailleux, from Latin callōsus, from callum, hard skin.]

cal′lous·ly adv.
cal′lous·ness n.
Usage Note: Do not confuse the adjective callous, as in Years of dealing with criminals had left her callous, with the noun callus, as in I have a callus on my thumb. Also, do not confuse the verb callous, which means "to make or become callous," with the verb callus "to form or develop hardened tissue."

calloused

(ˈkæləst) or

callused

adj
(Pathology) roughened; hardened
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.calloused - having calluses; having skin made tough and thick through wear; "calloused skin"; "with a workman's callous hands"
toughened, tough - physically toughened; "the tough bottoms of his feet"
Translations

calloused

[ˈkæləsd] ADJ [fingers, hands] → encallecido, calloso

calloused

callused [ˈkæləst] adj [fingers, hand, foot] → calleux/euse

calloused

calloused

[ˈkæləst] adjcalloso/a
References in classic literature ?
He saw that her toil-worn, weather-exposed hands were like a man's, callused, large-knuckled, and gnarled, and that her stockingless feet were thrust into heavy man's brogans.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time, podiatrists' choice treatment for dry, callused feet is available to consumers nationally in retail stores.
Therefore, SecureTouch is not affected by common skin surface conditions including dry, worn, callused, dirty or oily skin that can affect the sensor's ability to acquire accurate fingerprint images for user authentication purposes.
As such, TruePrint is not affected by common skin surface conditions including dry, worn, callused, dirty or oily skin that can affect other sensors' ability to acquire accurate fingerprint images for user authentication purposes.
Unlike surface-based optical, thermal, and DC capacitive technologies, TruePrint is not affected by common skin surface conditions such as dry, worn, callused, oily, or dirty skin which can affect the sensor's ability to acquire accurate fingerprint images.