unfeelingly


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un·feel·ing

 (ŭn-fē′lĭng)
adj.
1. Having no physical feeling or sensation; insentient.
2. Not sympathetic to others; callous or hardhearted.

un·feel′ing·ly adv.
un·feel′ing·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unfeelingly - without compassionate feelings; "unfeelingly, she required her maid to work on Christmas Day"
feelingly - with great feeling; "she spoke feelingly of her early childhood"
2.unfeelingly - in a callous way; "he callously exploited their feelings"
Translations

unfeelingly

[ʌnˈfiːlɪŋlɪ] ADVinsensiblemente

unfeelingly

advgefühllos, herzlos; look, listenungerührt
References in classic literature ?
"Respected Jury and dearly beloved Ozma, I pray you not to judge this feline prisoner unfeelingly. I do not think the innocent kitten can be guilty, and surely it is unkind to accuse a luncheon of being a murder.
"I don't see what YOU are making such a fuss about," he said unfeelingly. "He wasn't your cat."
"Cut out all those flowery passages," he said unfeelingly.
"I'll risk it," said Marilla unfeelingly. "You know I always mean what I say.
Weston and Emma tried earnestly to cheer him and turn his attention from his soninlaw, who was pursuing his triumph rather unfeelingly.
They sneer at your most inoffensive suggestions; they laugh unfeelingly at your treasured dreams of foreign lands; they brand the statements of your traveled aunts and uncles as the stupidest absurdities; they deride your most trusted authors and demolish the fair images they have set up for your willing worship with the pitiless ferocity of the fanatic iconoclast!
Durdles unfeelingly takes out his two-foot rule, and measures the lines calmly, alloying them with stone-grit.
With silent indignation Fanny repeated to herself, "Never happier!--never happier than when doing what you must know was not justifiable!--never happier than when behaving so dishonourably and unfeelingly! Oh!
His father was dead against the business from the beginning, and spoke quite unfeelingly on the subject.
Yet he must have been a good figure when a youth, and I dare say, good-looking." He says this, not unfeelingly, while sitting on the bedstead's edge with his face towards that other face and his hand upon the region of the heart.
It might be supposed that a gentleman who was in course of conferring a great national benefit on his countrymen was the last gentleman in the world to be unfeelingly worried about private difficulties and family affairs.
During the long monsoon season, clouds roll in with foreboding, unfeelingly dropping shadow and squally rain on the same boats and the men who navigate them.