Antonyms for kind hearted

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Dined with the ever hospitable and kind hearted de Robeck on Triad.

He was generous, genial and kind hearted, and strictly just in all his practices and aims.

The dwarfs are kind hearted people, who have a great horror of blood.

He was a kind–hearted man, and circumstances had prepared him for that question.

He was a money maker, and unlike most of that class, kind hearted and generous.

Do'e, Lady Nelly, do'e be kind hearted to the young loviers.

I do not want to be very fine and nice; but I would be gentle and kind hearted—would do some good in the world.

Maria Theresa was undoubtedly pious, kind hearted and devoted to her people, but as ruler is very much overrated.

In private life he was highly esteemed—an honorable citizen—a genial, kind hearted man, with a genuine love of his profession.

Lean upon me, dear niece,” said the kind hearted Dorsain, “my arm will support you if you must make one in this procession.