cold-bloodedly


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cold-blood·ed

or cold·blood·ed (kōld′blŭd′ĭd)
adj.
1.
a. Lacking feeling or emotion: a cold-blooded killer.
b. Executed without feeling or emotion: a cold-blooded crime; a cold-blooded performance of the concerto.
2. Ectothermic.

cold′-blood′ed·ly, cold′blood′ed·ly adv.
cold′-blood′ed·ness, cold′blood′ed·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.cold-bloodedly - in cold blood; "he cold-bloodedly planned the murder of his boss"
Translations

cold-bloodedly

[ˈkəʊldˈblʌdɪdlɪ] ADVa sangre fría

cold-bloodedly

[ˌkəʊldˈblʌdɪdlɪ] adv (fig) → spietatamente
References in classic literature ?
To think that she used to plan, cold-bloodedly, when Billy was little, all she would do if only Martin should happen to die
On February 18, in the town of Kizlyar, one of the most multinational regions of Russia - the Republic of Dagestan - there was a terrible tragedy: our citizens were mercilessly and cold-bloodedly shot.
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This is the knock-on effect when Emma's parents cold-bloodedly dismiss their daughter's "certified" recovery as a sham.
Is this how sacred human life is shed cold-bloodedly in Lebanon?
He was a violent, ruthless crime boss who cold-bloodedly removed any threat to his criminal empire.
A THUG who cold-bloodedly battered his unfaithful fiancee to death was jailed for at least 15 years yesterday.
People have taken to Twitter to condemn the attack and express sympathy for the disabled patients whom the attacker cold-bloodedly stabbed.
IOF claim to have suspended and opened an investigation with the soldier who cold-bloodedly executed Abdul-Fattah Al-Sharif (21).
So the Syrian ruler cold-bloodedly negotiated an understanding with the ISIS caliph on four points:
Without their formal subtlety, Olaf's photographs would be cold-bloodedly clinical--their subjects as lively as waxworks in Madame Tussaud's museum.
She began laying out her case after prosecutors sketched out the scene of horror at the marathon and accused him of cold-bloodedly planting a bomb designed to "tear people apart and create a bloody spectacle", and then hanging out with his college friends as if nothing had happened.