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!
"Just as he's about to get everything he's so cold-bloodedly worked for, he is arrested and charged with murder.
To terrorize the government employs commuting on the Makran Coastal Highway; the terrorist offloaded 14 employees of Pakistan Navy and Coast Guards and shot them cold-bloodedly.
The assailants methodically and cold-bloodedly selected their victims after checking the passengers' CNICs.
The slaughter, which he cold-bloodedly live-streamed, has rocked the normally laid-back country of 4.5 million.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Wednesday evening cold-bloodedly killed a Palestinian young man and wounded three others as they were traveling aboard a car in Bethlehem, South of the West Bank.
While demanding equal protection of the law for himself, Rao Anwar forgets that Naqeebullah Mahsud was denied the same right - who was murdered cold-bloodedly under his command.
Mother of the victim said the cruel people killed him so cold-bloodedly that she could not even get to see face of her son.
Cameron overhears one staffer cold-bloodedly plotting to have him killed; it is a serious disconnect in tone when he later defends the same girl as a "pretty good girl" in a "bad situation."
QUETTA: Father along with two sons were cold-bloodedly shot died by unknown assailants nearly 90 kilometers away from Pak- Iran border in Prom area near Sabzal Bazaar of District Panjgooron Tuesday.According to the Levies sources, a man named, Mohammad Anwar, including two sons Mohammad Raheem age 20 and Mohammad Zabid age 10 were killed by unidentified armed men in Prom area near Zabzal Bazaar of District Panjgoor and fled away from the scene.
While talking to ANI at a book launch event at US Embassy, the former diplomat said, "I think it is extremely tragic that these 39 Indians were murdered cold-bloodedly in Iraq.