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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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At the same time, the cops who are called on to keep order frequently behave like a callous, occupying force, and, all too often, the money corrupts them, too.
The singer’s callous responses to autistic people’s concerns on Twitter did nothing to increase my trust in her ability to treat us like full-fledged human beings onscreen.
It is also a reminder of the callous mathematics of epidemiology.
The callous Justice passed on to the next stye, immersed in thought.
It isn't in the average man to be utterly callous to the suffering of another, even if that other richly deserves his pain.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
But where the trade is once admitted, no wonder the heart becomes callous to the individual sufferings of the slaves.
The brutal callous indifference of the whole thing was most strongly marked.
The Hindoo devotee is exceedingly tender of the lives of animals, while he is often callous to human suffering.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
A callous indifference to the instruction of the missionaries, except it was followed by some temporal benefit, prevailed.
ROBERT MOFFATDAVID J. DEANE
This callous skin is even adherent to the bones, against which it is continually pressed by the weight of the body.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON

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