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unfeeling

adjective un·feel·ing \-ˈfē-liŋ\

: not kind or sympathetic toward other people

Full Definition of UNFEELING

1
:  devoid of feeling :  insensate <an unfeeling corpse>
2
:  lacking kindness or sympathy :  hardhearted <an unfeeling brute>
un·feel·ing·ly \-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?

First Known Use of UNFEELING

before 12th century

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