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The ladies of the Queen's household distinguished themselves preeminently by rapacity and hardheartedness.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
He who hath slain the wooers is one of the deathless gods, come down to punish them for their injustice and their hardheartedness.
THE ADVENTURES OF ODYSSEUS AND THE TALES OF TROYPADRIAC COLUM
I do not wish to exculpate Peter from cruelty or hardheartedness; I would neither justify him nor condemn him.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VIIIJOHN LORD
The poor goats parting bleat after its departing owner is construed as a curse on the latters hardheartedness.
LAURENCE STERNE IN GERMANYHARVEY WATERMAN THAYER
And thou wilt not give thy child a stone for bread, nor also will God give us hardheartedness for true love.
THE HOMILIES OF THE ANGLO-SAXON CHURCHLFRIC
Their light-hardheartedness diminished as the sun went down and darkness settled over the island.
LINDA CARLTON'S ISLAND ADVENTUREEDITH LAVELL
Any attempt at careful management of the estate was invariably considered to be a sign of stinginess or of hardheartedness.
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION; THE JUGO-SLAV MOVEMENTALEXANDER PETRUNKEVITCH, SAMUEL NORTHRUP HARPER, FRANK ALFRED GOLDER, ROBERT JOSEPH KERNER
Hardheartedness he owns to be an essential of the libertine character.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 4 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO HARDHEARTEDNESS

  • acerbity
  • austerity
  • cruelty
  • grimness
  • hardheartedness
  • hardness
  • harshness
  • rigidity
  • rigor
  • rigorousness
  • sharpness
  • sternness
  • strictness
  • toughness
  • unkindness
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