uncompassionate

ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking compassion or feeling for others
    nor silver-shedding tears could penetrate her uncompassionate sire
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How To Use uncompassionate In A Sentence

  • We feel that besides this being the most unorganised event we have ever walked, officials were very uncompassionate and downright rude.
  • He seems abrupt and uncompassionate, and dryly asks what Dabii wants of him.
  • But decency requires that we either control ourselves or pay the money - not control the lives of the beneficiaries, which is profoundly uncompassionate.
  • These new anthems of despair paint their subjects as forced off welfare by uncompassionate conservatives and trapped in low-wage jobs that lead nowhere.
  • The publicity for his case perhaps alleviated a recognised public demand for justice to be served for such victims of indiscriminate and uncompassionate laws.
  • How uncompassionate can you get?
  • It is neither merciless nor uncompassionate to observe that fact.
  • Their goal is to stop consumption to harm the multinational corporations that have " utterly uncompassionate survival instincts ".
  • We truly do not mean to be uncompassionate.
  • Knowing that people like Peter hold such extreme uncompassionate views towards boat people - now that scares me.
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