cruel

[ kroo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cruel

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUEL

They were kind-hearted and rarely did anything that was cruel.

Supposing—— It was cruel to excite and upset her just for that; it made the pain worse.

The contrasts were so cruel that they scorched the eyes of the soul.

Those who bring them on us seem captious, thoughtless, cruel.

"He is cruel, and the very incarnation of selfishness," he said.

If he had been guilty, what was that to the cruel world so ready to punish, so ready to do worse!

I did not know how cruel they were, or I would have come long ago.

Judge what a cruel wound for the heart of that poor shepherd!

It's just cruel the way that poor old horse has been neglected.

Would you have Crane get out on the housetop an' shout to you to go an' cruel Porter's mare?

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