coldhearted


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Adj.1.coldhearted - lacking in sympathy or feeling
unloving - not giving or reciprocating affection
warmhearted - marked by warmth of feeling like kindness and sympathy and generosity; "gave a warmhearted welcome to the stranger"
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The Christmas classic tells the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, a coldhearted man visited by the three Ghosts of Christmas.
It would be wrong for him to suffer simply because of your coldhearted stealing and your cold-hearted approach," he said.
Prosecutor David Dixon said: "He knew he was taking funds from people who lacked capacity or were in grave ill health and we say that was particularly coldhearted, he was callous.
Topping writer Kevin Dutton's list was the position of CEOs, considering the fact that psychopaths are defined as people who have shallow emotions, lack empathy and guilt, are coldhearted, superficial, manipulative, the Washington Times reported.
I can only say that this so-called human being must be a coldhearted monster, surely any creature does not deserve to die an agonising death?
And another age began - the age of every man for himself, looking after number one and coldhearted pragmatism.
Grouchy character thesp Niels Arestrup ("A Prophet," the upcoming "War Horse") is ideally cast as the coldhearted, overly pragmatic owner of a Saint-Emilion winery who considers his milquetoast son an unsuitable successor--though not for lack of trying.