stonyhearted


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ston·y·heart·ed

 (stō′nē-här′tĭd) also stone·heart·ed (stōn′-)
adj.
Devoid of kindness or sympathy; hardhearted.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stonyhearted - devoid of feeling for othersstonyhearted - devoid of feeling for others; "an unfeeling wretch"
uncompassionate - lacking compassion or feeling for others; "nor silver-shedding tears could penetrate her uncompassionate sire"- Shakespeare

stonyhearted

adjective
References in classic literature ?
It was not only a pleasure, but a duty to answer them, for the poor fellow was forlorn, and needed petting, since Jo persisted in being stonyhearted. She ought to have made an effort and tried to love him.
In the title role, Sevigny is something of a closed book, delivering a stolid performance that can be read as either strong-willed or stonyhearted. For her part, Stewart reverts to what has all too often been the actress's default mode: a look of perpetual distress that resembles the face one makes after swallowing something unpleasant.
and It's A Sunshine Day replete with elaborate hairography - only the most stonyhearted curmudgeon will remain motionless in their seat.