hardhearted hardhearted


  1. (adj) lacking in feeling or pity or warmth
  2. (adj) devoid of feeling for others



  1. Alexander has emerged with a portrait of Harris' selfish, hardhearted, authoritarian father that goes far to explain her longstanding tolerance of Tarnower's ill-treatment.
  2. A relatively new plot for the student of shoot-'em-ups: this time the lead-slinging crew of bank robbers is bossed by a hardhearted dame.
  3. A hardhearted trifler by inclination, Trav has fallen deeply in love this time around.


  • Will Tipping Be Obsolete?

    D iscussions of servers’ wages lead to debates about tipping, and those debates are passionate on both sides. How hardhearted do you have to be not to tip a person who’s only getting $2.13 ($2.63 in Massachusetts) to reel off the list of specials, take your order, remember to put your...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: The Valley Advocate


  1. "I regret this will cast me as being hardhearted, unsympathetic and unkind but that's not who I am," Fowler said.
    on Mar 9, 2006 By: David Fowler Source: USA Today

  2. "Cutting funds for injured 9/11 workers and others is both hardhearted and wrongheaded," said Rep. Carolyn Maloney (DN.Y.).
    on Feb 4, 2008 By: Carolyn Maloney Source: Newsday

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