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cold-hearted

adjective Referring to an emotionally detached, cruel, mean-spirited philosophy or person.
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His Franz was an incorrigible flirt, but not completely empty-headed or cold-hearted.
The 6-foot valentine implores Garvey not to be cold-hearted.
Her death can only be described as a cold-hearted and callous killing.
His cold-hearted killer had no right to play God and the world will be a much safer place with people like him behind bars.
The Tories looked like political grown-ups in comparison, but their cold-hearted welfare freeze will cripple the poor.
I always knew she was a I always knew she was a cold-hearted psycho, I could tell cold-hearted psycho, I could tell by her voice.
Cowardly, cold-hearted Morris always protested his innocence and was apparently planning to appeal.
A FORMER police constable jailed for 10 years after repeatedly punching his pregnant ex-girlfriend in the stomach to try to bring on a miscarriage is "callous, cold-hearted and utterly selfish", his victim said yesterday.
Officers said that "due to the cold-hearted nature of the letter" it was not passed on to the victim.
A COLD-hearted thief stole pounds 250 from a frail 83-year-old man as he used a supermarket cashpoint in Coventry.
The cream-coloured dragon with big orange spots is drawn in a childish fashion, adding humour and challenging the scary cold-hearted dragon stereotype.
THEY were a cold-hearted, vicious pack of "savages" running wild on the streets of Teesside attacking innocent people.