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Definition of "hard-hearted" []

  • Alternative form of hardhearted. (adjective)

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Use "hard-hearted" in a sentence
  • "Sharon Small as the indomitable Maggie, Robert Cavanah as her ineffectual husband, Morven Christie as their hard-hearted daughter-in-law, and Anne Downie as the grumbling old woman inhabit this cluttered world as if it is their natural terrain."
  • "Being pro-free market and anti-big government, they tend to value money too much and regulation not enough, a blend that usually culminates in a hard-hearted brew."
  • "Now, you're at the mercy of hard-hearted bondholders and the bankruptcy court."