coldheartedness


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Synonyms for coldheartedness

an absence of concern for the welfare of others

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I find it incredible that President Bush and his supporters have the audacity and the coldheartedness to be promoting the reduction of retirement benefits for Americans through proposed privatization of Social Security.
Dawn, singer Prince Be, inspired by the birth of his first child, lists an extensive inventory of things that are wrong - starting with his own shortcomings, then branching out to the craven coldheartedness of the world.
Increasing suicides and homicides, alcoholism and drug addiction, distrust and disloyalty, coldheartedness and mean-spiritedness.
Only after Estella's demise would he be free to relate his tale without paining her by proclaiming her true parentage and youthful coldheartedness.
The Swedish model was replaced by an alliance of concrete as it is called in Sweden, indicating its coldheartedness on social issues.