kindless


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kind·less

 (kīnd′lĭs)
adj.
1. Exhibiting or feeling no kindness or compassion; heartless.
2. Obsolete Inhuman.

kind′less·ly adv.

kindless

(ˈkaɪndlɪs)
adj
1. heartless
2. against nature; unnatural
ˈkindlessly adv

kind•less

(ˈkaɪnd lɪs)

adj.
1. lacking kindness; unkind.
2. Obs. unnatural; inhuman.
[1150–1200]
kind′less•ly, adv.
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And although the Chinese was definitely a colored man even if not a Negro, he was only he, single peculiar and barren; not just kinless but even kindless, half the world or anyway half the continent (we all knew about San Francisco's Chinatown) sundered from his like and therefore as threatless as a mule.