callous

(redirected from calloused)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

callous

 [kal´us]
of the nature of a callus; hard.

cal·lous

(kal'ŭs),
Relating to a callus or callosity.

callous

(kăl′əs)
adj.
Having calluses; toughened: callous skin on the elbow.
tr. & intr.v. cal·loused, cal·lousing, cal·louses
To make or become callous.

cal′lous·ly adv.
cal′lous·ness n.

callous

See callus.

cal·lous

(kal'ŭs)
Relating to a callus or callosity.

callous

relating to bone callus or epidermal callosity

callous

of the nature of a callus; hard.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Calloused Soul: Uncovering the Real woman Behind the Hardened Heart is written with a balance of personal stories of the pain and scars of abusive experiences, disappointing relationships, and unfulfilled dreams.
His heavily textured abstract images, painted in thick yellow, brown, and black hues and covered with sand, graphite, and dust, look like infected, oozing wounds, like calloused skin bearing the signs and scars of suffering.
Though for a calloused few feet are to be considerately stored away in Mother Hubbard's basement, women actually ranked their feet the number five erogenous zone in a recent top ten survey(a).