callous

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Synonyms for callous

make insensitive or callous

emotionally hardened

having calluses

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This causes compression of the forefoot and can lead to hammer toes, bunion of the big toe, neuroma, and callouses under the metatarsal head.
After they had applauded their palms to callouses, we'd make a curtain speech something like this, "You have just seen a segment of American Dance--a rich segment and a flourishing one.
The plasters are one of a range of five types made by Danish manufacturer Coloplast for cuts and grazes, blisters, corns, heel cracks, and callouses.
c Smokeless tobacco causes mouth sores and callouses, bleeding gums, and even mouth cancer.
It can be a nasty toe expose of corns, callouses and overgrown cuticles.