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Crozier spoke without passion and with a coldblooded insistence not lost on Burlingame.
That he did not love Elise, she knew well enough: he had been coldblooded; in this, at least, he was Napoleonic.
There isn't a note in you which I don't know; and that hot little bosom couldn't play such a coldblooded trick to save its life.
The latter are the warmest blooded of all vertebrates, the former are coldblooded.
At that moment I loathed both my uncle and the lawyer for their coldblooded cruelty.
ST. IVESROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
It was your coldblooded joke about going up-stairs and killing this chap in his bed that put me on edge.
JASONJUSTUS MILES FORMAN
No;—the misguided young man was now the victim of a gang of swindlers—the puppet of a coldblooded courtesan.
He gauged, with coldblooded attention to certain rough miles in the journey, just how swiftly Coaley could cover ground and live.
RIM O' THE WORLDB. M. BOWER
In the other category, crimes of organized banditry, coldblooded shooting, lynching and kidnapping have threatened our security.
I am not so coldblooded, nor are you as crafty, as you imagine.

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