English version

calloused

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
callousedcal‧loused /ˈkæləst/ adjective  MIROUGH/NOT SMOOTHcalloused skin is rough and covered in calluses rough calloused hands
Examples from the Corpus
callousedWith satisfaction she noticed how her dear little hands were becoming calloused.The opposite danger is that in trying to protect yourself, you build up a calloused attitude.He ran a calloused finger around the rim of his glass.His was a big, strong hand, roughly calloused from fieldwork.He gripped her fingers against his calloused palm and led her forward.Its floor is covered with a fine layer of chalk dust from the calloused palms of legions of lifters.calloused handsMy heroes were mountain men, who had calloused hands and knew how to handle an ax and a rifle.
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