stony-hearted[ stoh-nee-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF stony-hearted
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"He is not so stony-hearted after all, mamma," said Olive, smiling.
William was wearing his most grave and stony-hearted expression.
After that, of course, we couldn't be stony-hearted; besides, we didn't want to be.
Yes, she was of that stony-hearted breed, unaltered by the centuries.
McCay was in no mood to subscribe to this stony-hearted view.
"That is not a flute, but a nightingale," replied the stony-hearted Circassian.
Even the most stony-hearted were touched by the awfulness of this great calamity.
But how she could have loved such a hollow, stony-hearted piece of crockery, Vdrine did not understand.
And Miss Van Vetter, who was not of the stony-hearted, rose and went to the piano that she might not advertise her emotion.
The stony-hearted man was remorseless, and that night Clarence Stanly became a wanderer in the wide, wide world.