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A visit to a British museum accompanied by a callous curator ends badly when Sayet learns that the building’s inventory includes numerous indigenous skulls stored in unlabeled boxes.
‘WHERE WE BELONG’ EXPLORES CONNECTION BETWEEN PAST, PRESENTPATRICK FOLLIARDJULY 1, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
The Israeli government has attempted to use social media to bolster its support, too, but in a particularly callous way.
HOW ONLINE ACTIVISM AND THE RACIAL RECKONING IN THE U.S. HAVE HELPED DRIVE A GROUNDSWELL OF SUPPORT FOR PALESTINIANSSANYA MANSOORMAY 21, 2021TIME
Prosecutors who opposed the release wrote in a court filing that the “cold and callous nature of this crime reflects the defendant’s depravity.”
RELEASED EARLY AFTER A MURDER CONVICTION, D.C. MAN IS CHARGED IN NEW HOMICIDEPAUL M. DUGGAN, KEITH L. ALEXANDER, PETER HERMANNMAY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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 ELITE BALTIMORE COPS WHO BECAME CRIMINALSMICHAEL FLETCHERMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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.
SIA'S GOLDEN GLOBE-NOMINATED MUSIC ISN’T JUST OFFENSIVE. IT’S ALSO BAD ART—AND THE DISTINCTION MATTERSSARAH KURCHAKFEBRUARY 25, 2021TIME
It is also a reminder of the callous mathematics of epidemiology.
U.S. DEATH TOLL FROM COVID-19 PASSES THE 500,000 MARKCHRIS WILSONFEBRUARY 22, 2021TIME
The callous Justice passed on to the next stye, immersed in thought.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
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.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
The brutal callous indifference of the whole thing was most strongly marked.
THE WEIGHT OF THE CROWNFRED M. WHITE
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WORDS RELATED TO CALLOUS

  • callous
  • cold
  • cruel
  • feral
  • heartless
  • insensitive
  • subhuman
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