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Your fib provides one more reason for callous hosts to dismiss assertions by people who are in peril.

She also feared for her safety, as people on social media called the three travelers callous and irresponsible and as media outlets scrambled to find her.

Subject has athletic build, calloused knuckles, broken nose – characteristics of martial arts practitioners.

He appeared thin and sun-burned and his hands felt calloused from picking vegetables bare-handed.

Wars do not end on their own, or by the calloused hands of our military led by generals.

Those brick-laying years chumming it up with calloused day laborers in Sydney are finally paying off.

Without even pausing to think it over Rajah bent his calloused knees, and gratefully Kathlyn crawled back into the howdah.

I mean by that, it was soft and well kept—not hard and calloused.

But the face was worn and the hand that she offered him was calloused.

It was then that she became aware of the hairy back beneath her and a great calloused hand clamped about her wrists.

Her distress was so evident that even this calloused man felt a thrill of pity and stepped forward to assist her.

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On this page you'll find 188 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to calloused, such as: acclimate, acclimatize, amalgamate, anneal, bake, and brace.

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

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