callousness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n devoid of passion or feeling; hardheartedness
- Sure, it might have looked like callousness when she pranced around a countryside of squalor and misery bedecked in jewels and glamorous gowns, but Marcos insists in the film that .
- Clark's callousness toward York sits awkwardly with his portrayal as an American hero.
- Bea is shocked by this seeming callousness, but Peola tells her, "You don't know what it's like to look white and be black.
News & Articles
- Letters: Standing up for West; abuse of power; dangerous fervor in Joshua
The town of West is in obvious need of assistance to repair the damages caused by the explosion. Our state authorities are complaining about the callousness of FEMA in denying funds to repair all the damage to infrastructure. It seems that damages not covered by insurance are in the vicinity of $40 million.
June 14, 2013 - Fort Worth Star-Telegram
- Sharon Hom in Reuters
These actions further undermine human rights and the 'peaceful Olympics' called for by the authorities, and reflect an irresponsible callousness towards the Sichuan earthquake victims,Hom said in an emailed statement.
- Kevin Rudd in Reuters
The response of the regime in Burma to this crisis has been absolutely callous and those paying the price of this callousness have been the long-suffering Burmese people,Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd told parliament.
- Rabri Devi in International Herald Tribune
This calamity is the result of the state government's callousness and the extensive damage shows criminal neglect on its part,said Rabri Devi, the head of the opposition in Bihar, an eastern state that was hardest hit in large part because it...