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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.

cal·lous

(kal'ŭs)
Relating to a callus or callosity.
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Narcissism and callousness also might influence how individuals react following the engagement in an EDI.
The most noted item from both the samples came out to be callousness or lack of sympathy.
Some of the other traits that have been applied to psychopaths include: a need for stimulation or quick to boredom, pathological lying, promiscuous sexual behavior, callousness and a lack of empathy, according to (https://www.sociopathicstyle.com/psychopathic-traits/) the Sociopathic Style  website.
"This has echoes of the staggering hypocrisy and chilling callousness that saw the victimisation of single mothers in the bad old days of the early 1990s.
Mr Justice Wilkie said Butler's "default position of selfish callousness came into play" as they embarked on an elaborate cover-up as their dead daughter lay unattended "like a carefully placed prop in a stage scene."
exclaimed, "Why are you singing this year at a ceremony of callousness?"
Randal Rauser responded to Harris' contention noting that "if you read through the twenty traits on the Psychopath Checklist you'll find qualities like callousness, shallow effect, grandiose sense of self-worth, and lack of empathy.
Psychopathy is a broad term that covers a severe personality disorder characterized by callousness, manipulation, sensation-seeking and antisocial behaviors, traits which may also be found in otherwise healthy and functional people.
Wrexham AM Lesley Griffiths accused the Government of "callousness".
And providing local officials with a mere six minutes to defend a school that houses 368 students speaks to a callousness on the part of the state's educational bureaucracy that calls out for reform.
The BBFC said the black and white film "may encourage some viewers to enjoy and share in the man's callousness and the pleasure he takes in the woman's pain and humiliation".
I never thought I would see one that would go to such dishonourable length to send the nation's armed forced to invade a sovereign country on the whim of another head of government and had the callousness to disregard the horrific consequences.