cold-blooded

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Synonyms for cold-blooded

Synonyms for cold-blooded

Synonyms for cold-blooded

without compunction or human feeling

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having cold blood (in animals whose body temperature is not internally regulated)

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media using Tatsuguchi's diary during the war to demonstrate the cold-bloodedness of the Japanese enemy.
The "she will help me more" phrase is curious, but for Gissing, life was material for his art: there was a streak of cold-bloodedness in his personality.
How can one explain this increase in violence, the cold-bloodedness of the crime, this sense of ease with the horrific that young people, who often come from a comfortable background, seem to have?
The Helldorado shootout ($4 for adults, $1 for kids) was found to be mostly clowning and ad-libbing, but if these thespian shootists maintained historical authenticity, the shows would last only seconds and the cold-bloodedness would surely horrify the kiddies and depress the adults.
This atrocity is different because of its sheer scale and cold-bloodedness, but if you lose someone close in a horrifying way then the impact will be the same for you regardless of however many others were involved.
This atrocity is different because of its sheer scale and cold-bloodedness, but if you lose someone close in a horrifying way, the impact will be the same for you regardless of however many others were involved.
He also, in harsh and unsparing language, bewails the cold-bloodedness of the mass media and their indifference, at least from his perspective, to injustice and suffering.