dedolent

adjective
ded·​o·​lent | \ˈdedᵊlənt\

Definition of dedolent 

archaic

: feeling no grief or compunction : callous

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History and Etymology for dedolent

Latin dedolent-, dedolens, present participle of dedolēre to cease to grieve, from de from, away + dolēre to feel pain

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