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cold-hearted

adjective Referring to an emotionally detached, cruel, mean-spirited philosophy or person.
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And, in a carbon copy of the eviction row, she was accused of cold-heartedly ejecting her first husband from the home they shared in Glasgow.
The monument was chopped with terrible brutality into the immensly complicated fabric of the hill, and layer after layer of civilisation was cold-heartedly destroyed.
Shackley was in charge of the anti-Agee operation and cold-heartedly jettisoned C.I.A.
He said: "I'm satisfied that you used him (Ryan) cold-heartedly as a vehicle for avenging yourself on your wife.
VERY few people get away with murder in soapland, so we knew that Steph would have to face her comeuppance for cold-heartedly pushing her best friend Shelly over the railing of a Scottish ferry.
When Life Begins began last year, kicking off with Phil cold-heartedly walking out on his wife Maggie, played by Caroline Quentin, and their children, no one could have foreseen the enormous success it would become.
I have an 11-year-old son and I know that he would never be able to cold-heartedly murder a baby.
"I always tried to keep the club afloat, as Bobby Gould did, but this year they've let it slip away cold-heartedly.
Like the recent CCTV footage of that Malaysian boy being cold-heartedly mugged on a London bridge by people he thought were helping him, it leaves us sickened, dumb-struck and angry.
Those who cold-heartedly perpetrate them deserve no mercy.