unfeeling

Part of speech: adjective

Not sympathetic; hard; cruel.

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Usage examples "unfeeling":

  1. Marion Wade overheard the unfeeling utterances; but she was too much occupied with what was passing on the plain below, to give heed to them. - "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.
  2. Sick soldiers, directed by their surgeons to return to the United States, had either to remain and die, or to submit to exorbitant exactions from unfeeling villains in their pension certificates and pay accounts, though the law requires the paymasters to cash them in specie. - "History of the War Between Mexico and the United States, with a Preliminary View of its Origin, Volume 1", Brantz Mayer.
  3. I have heard well- to- do folk talk of our poor as unfeeling. - "News from the Duchy", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.