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unfeeling

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adjective un·feel·ing \-ˈfē-liŋ\

Simple Definition of unfeeling

  • : not kind or sympathetic toward other people

Full Definition of unfeeling

  1. 1 :  devoid of feeling :  insensate <an unfeeling corpse>

  2. 2 :  lacking kindness or sympathy :  hardhearted <an unfeeling brute>

un·feel·ing·ly play \-liŋ-lē\ adverb
un·feel·ing·ness noun

Examples of unfeeling

  1. She says the most unfeeling things.

  2. How can you be so cold and unfeeling?



Before 12th Century

First Known Use of unfeeling

before 12th century


UNFEELING Defined for Kids

unfeeling

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adjective un·feel·ing \ˌən-ˈfē-liŋ\

Definition of unfeeling

  1. :  having no kindness or sympathy :  cruel <an unfeeling joke>





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