cold-hearted

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You have heard me described as cold-hearted, calculating, selfish—'

Let the cold-hearted and the old say what they will, youth is the time for moral bravery.

Which was a logical and cold-hearted way of looking at things.

In fact, logical and cold-hearted could describe any Pyrran activity.

This was the language of the cold-hearted foe, secure of superior power.

"That cannot be recovered, that was lost long ago," said the cold-hearted woman.

It seems a pity that a boy so wise and good should have been so cold-hearted.

I know he regards me as cold-hearted, like his father, but I am not.

He must be cold-hearted, indeed, to withhold love from one so beautiful.

Also she had in Ebenezer a cold-hearted scoundrel who backed her up completely.

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