iron-hearted

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How long must the iron-hearted monster feed on our life's blood?

We, at all events, are not iron-hearted enough to envy their few enjoyments.

And at this moment even the iron-hearted and the reckless were soft and sad.

His shield was of iron, his charger iron-coloured and iron-hearted.

These words, coming from the once iron-hearted Berselius, struck Adams strangely; there was a trace of pity in their tone.

He is the enemy of conjugal love, and is the Jupiter of the Greeks, an iron-hearted tyrant, the ruiner of ancient Greece.

But even the stern and iron-hearted officers of the Tower were shocked at his appearing at the scaffold.

The iron-hearted father, whose soul this sublime tragedy had-melted, sat at his side weeping like a child.

Thou art too gentle and sweet a child for such an iron-hearted father as King Minos.

The Romans, also, were an iron-hearted people, placing their glory in foreign conquest.

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