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unfeeling

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunfeelingun‧feel‧ing /ʌnˈfiːlɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SYMPATHIZE#not sympathetic towards other people’s feelings 🔊 Dave had been quite wrong to call Michelle cold and unfeeling.
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unfeelingPaul had been quite wrong to call Michele cold and unfeeling.I know it sounds unfeeling but to be blunt we can't go on much longer without any money coming in.an unfeeling government bureaucracyKelly's eyes flicked from the body on the ground to the horse, trampling the saddle beneath its unfeeling hoofs.From this nucleus, it swiftly spread throughout his head and trunk, leaving only his limbs in an unfeeling limbo.He smiled lazily, but it was a cool, unfeeling smile.To be without emotion is to be unfeeling, to have no contact with the human condition.In spite of the sensational, unfeeling way it had been used, the picture was moving.cold and unfeelingPaul had been quite wrong to call Michele cold and unfeeling.Aromatherapy massage is a gentle healing art, not a cold and unfeeling procedure.
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