unfeelingly

ADVERB
  1. without compassionate feelings
    unfeelingly, she required her maid to work on Christmas Day
  2. in a callous way
    he callously exploited their feelings
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How To Use unfeelingly In A Sentence

  • Accident, by throwing into my hands this last letter to the uncle whose goodness you have most unwarrantably and unfeelingly abused, has given birth to an investigation, by which I have arrived at the discovery of the long course of rapacity by which you have pillaged from the same source. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • She was now wholly confirmed that he had wronged her with Mr Delvile; she could not have two enemies so malignant without provocation, and he who so unfeelingly could dissolve a union at the very altar, could alone have the baseness to calumniate her so cruelly. Cecilia
  • Yes in vain might we search our vocabulary and be disappointed still in finding language that would express in proper terms the baseness of this principle, that would describe the polluted heart of him or hear who could thus unfeelingly and without a fear reduce inch by inch an innocent being to the lowest grades of degradation. Letter from Mary Houston to Young John Allen,September 14, 1855
  • unfeelingly, she required her maid to work on Christmas Day
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