cold-hearted

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When asked if the reason he stayed with Diana was because he loved her, he cold-heartedly replies: "No, because I felt that she couldn't have handled any more rejection.
He's horrified to find the woman whose words he's falling in love with via his computer, is the same woman he has just cold-heartedly put out of business.
The accord calls for Credit Suisse Group to pay an unspecified sum to Estelle Sapir, aged 80, who lives in New York and made headlines around the world with her allegations that the bank turned her away cold-heartedly when she sought her father's money a fter the war.
Anthea has been described as the nation's golden girl, but her success was quickly followed by criticism as she was alternately described as too good to be true, or cold-heartedly ambitious.
Despite the fact that Kennedy cold-heartedly used her for sexual kicks, and then threw her out like yesterday's rubbish, what the insecure actress cared most about was her callous lover's well-being.
WIFE killer Michael Roberts is caught on CCTV cold-heartedly shopping for bin bags to dispose of her corpse.
Sentencing him to at least 21 years, Judge Mr Justice Wilkie said: "You used Ryan cold-heartedly as a vehicle for avenging yourself on your wife."
THEN she added cold-heartedly: "None of me and my mates are going to Q tonight because there is absolutely no chance of pulling when there's been a murder.
It's at this time of year that my passion for make-up rekindles itself and suddenly the idea of wearing eyeshadow, which I cold-heartedly abandon in the summer, seems very alluring.