heartlessly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a heartless manner
she behaves rather heartlessly toward her admirers
- Two generations of children passed through my moms English classes, heartlessly forced into reading the books and plays they were assigned.
- Once they were a sign of social progress and masculine democracy; now the Paris municipal council heartlessly ruled that the pissoirs were outmoded.
- The doctor himself has welcomed the passing of the house-call, but many a citizen counts this skid as just one more sign that doctors are cold, uncaring fellows, heartlessly .
News & Articles
- $leaze play on old lady
A scheming accountant heartlessly scammed at least $1.2 million from an elderly Jewish woman who fled Nazi-controlled Austria in 1938 — and used the cash to pay for sporting events and a hot tub, Manhattan prosecutors said yesterday. Barry Palczewski, 55, had access to Lily Buchwald’s personal checks because...
June 8, 2013 - New York Post