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The knight would be only a hardhearted warrior, oppressing the poor and miserable, and only interesting from his deeds of valor.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
Sally was mysteriously hardhearted about them, while fully admitting their claims on the public.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
He asked himself if he had not been hardhearted to fly away without saying good-bye to Solomon.
THE LITTLE WHITE BIRDJ. M. BARRIE
But he knew of course there wouldn't any lady be hardhearted enough not to buy a picture of her own baby.
THE ANNALS OF ANNKATE TRIMBLE SHARBER
It would be a hardhearted bandit who would despoil the gentle angler of his basket of trouts.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
I felt an impulse to step forward as a preacher to the world around me, to the thoughtless and the hardhearted.
RECOLLECTIONS OF MY CHILDHOOD AND YOUTHGEORGE BRANDES
Elizabeth has been called a fool for listening to such pathetical ‘love letters’: and then hardhearted for not listening to them.
SIR WALTER RALEIGH AND HIS TIMECHARLES KINGSLEY
She persuaded herself, all the time, that she was doing right, and that he was a hardhearted father not to listen to her.
OLIVEDINAH MARIA CRAIK, (AKA DINAH MARIA MULOCK)
Miss Genie was frankly unconventional, and yet she was both hard-headed and hardhearted.
A FASCINATING TRAITORRICHARD HENRY SAVAGE
Far be it from me to see love's young dream wiped out by a hardhearted family.
BAB: A SUB-DEBMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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