Definition of cold-heartedness in English:



See cold-hearted

‘This is the perfect mood to be in for my award-winning cynicism and inhuman cold-heartedness.’
  • ‘To his first wife he revealed a cold-heartedness that bordered on brutality.’
  • ‘It's easy to condemn the cold-heartedness of big business, the callousness of large corporations.’
  • ‘Carried too far, this is a language of false specification and pretentious exactitude, never escaping either abstraction or the cold-heartedness of abstraction.’
  • ‘They don't really think about the matter, it is simply easier to insert violence and cold-heartedness than genuine contradiction and complexity.’