a.1.Hard-hearted; cruel; pitiless; unfeeling.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I'm sure the team will be happy with the news, you'd have to be stone-hearted not to," said Jasmine, of Newcastle.
The spokesman said Ayaz Akbar's wife is battling for life with the deadly disease of cancer and those parroting human values should have considered this family tragedy and released Ayaz Akbar but stone-hearted Indian rulers are only concerned about their chair.
Of course, stone-hearted cynics will say 'you have to play each team twice, what's the big deal?' But that's crazy talk.
Meanwhile, it is reported from Faisalabad that a stone-hearted man raped a 10-year-old girl here on Monday.
After a long day I don't think one can watch a pitiful wife dealing with an abusive husband and a stone-hearted saas.
Victorian London's brattiest wit, Wilde once remarked, of Dickens' "The Old Curiosity Shop," that "one must have a heart of stone to read the death of little Nell without laughing." It would be stone-hearted to laugh at "The Happy Prince," but its level of sentimentality is nearly Dickensian.
The unseemly sight of their mass killing is often caught in the streets by shocked bystanders and animal rights activists and the knave, stone-hearted authorities are just too unmoved by their plight.
GUJRAT -- A stone-hearted man allegedly killed his four minor children in a village near the town of Sarai Alamgir located in Gujrat district, media reported on Monday.
When the emotionally charged SOS message did not move the stone-hearted government, he burst out on another occasion challenging the executive not to bring the entire institution of judiciary to a grind halt.
Similarly, two stone-hearted young men and their two companions in Mohallah Muhammadpura Hafizabad severely thrashed their real mother and two sisters today.
I think as a piece of theater, you have many wonderful and incredibly strong characters that everybody in some way, shape or form can identify with, said Earl Carpenter, who plays the stone-hearted man of the law Javert.
The system in our country turns the kindhearted into stone-hearted beings.