unfeeling


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Synonyms for unfeeling

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Synonyms for unfeeling

devoid of feeling for others

devoid of feeling or sensation

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There is very little to tell,' said Mrs Merdle, reviewing the breadth of bosom which seemed essential to her having room enough to be unfeeling in, 'but it is to your sister's credit.
It was only the want of adequate knowledge that could have made it possible for Godfrey deliberately to entertain an unfeeling project: his natural kindness had outlived that blighting time of cruel wishes, and Nancy's praise of him as a husband was not founded entirely on a wilful illusion.
It was a jesuitical, cold, unfeeling, and selfish manner, that seemed to say, “I have kept within the law,” to the man he had so cruelly injured.
Athelstane coloured deeply, for such had been his own fate on the last day of the tournament; while Rowena, who was pleased in the same proportion, as if to make amends for the brutal jest of her unfeeling suitor, requested Rebecca to ride by her side.
I don't know what sort of folk they can be, so unfeeling and heartless, that rather than bestow a glance upon a worthy man they leave him to die or go mad.
Also she has a pretty blood-red heart, but it is made of stone--a ruby, I think--and so is rather hard and unfeeling.
And thrust aside Jerry was, by a rough and naked foot, as harsh and unfeeling in its impact as an inanimate breaking sea on a beach-jut of insensate rock.
This electrifying story of love, passion and betrayal charts a young woman's struggle to assert herself in an unfeeling world.
This is more proof, if any is needed, that arrogant Trump is unfeeling and lacks basic humanity.
She knew the Tories were viewed as uncaring and unfeeling.
They were victims of the unfeeling bureaucracy of an oppressive power that occupied their land.
How the highest court in the land could be so unfeeling, unsympathetic to the plight of a young man whose only desire is to move on.
AT the risk of appearing unfeeling I should like to point out that I feel totally unrepresented when it comes to dealing with migrants.
James Phillips' soulless bioplay "McQueen" and, worse still, John Caird's glossy production are symbolic of what London has become since then --modish, unfeeling and out of touch with reality.
This master spites his unfeeling wife (Sarah Paulson) by taking a shine to one of the slave girls.