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hard-hearted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhard-heartedhard-heart‧ed /ˌhɑːd ˈhɑːtɪd $ ˌhɑːrd ˈhɑːr-/ adjective  UNKINDnot caring about other people’s feelings opp soft-heartedsee thesaurus at unkind
Examples from the Corpus
hard-heartedI've tried to help in the past, but I think now I have to be hard-hearted and make them help themselves.Anabelle watched him go, thinking that she had never met so many hard-hearted and spiteful creatures in her whole short life.a hard-hearted and unprincipled manIt proves you're not as hard-hearted as I imagined.Another case of hard-hearted capitalists pushing aside the less fortunate to enhance their investments?A good organiser is totally objective, even downright hard-hearted in choosing venue, style, speakers and programme.Clinton began his political comeback after the debacle of the 1994 congressional elections as the protector of the elderly from hard-hearted Republicans.Love and politics clash when Maggie falls for a hard-hearted soldier.
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