hardhearted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a lacking in feeling or pity or warmth
- s devoid of feeling for others
- 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.
- This is called "self-deportation," the Holy Grail of everyone from hardhearted nativists to compassionate immigration reformers.
- In the most famous play ever written about newspapermen, Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur painted a sardonic portrait of hard-boiled, hardhearted journalists, but it was a picture .
News & Articles
- 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...
July 10, 2013 - The Valley Advocate
- David Fowler in USA Today
I regret this will cast me as being hardhearted, unsympathetic and unkind but that's not who I am,Fowler said.
- Carolyn Maloney in Newsday
Cutting funds for injured 9/11 workers and others is both hardhearted and wrongheaded,said Rep. Carolyn Maloney (DN.Y.).