Definitions for callousness
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unfeelingness, callousness, callosity, hardness, insensibilitynoun
devoid of passion or feeling; hardheartedness
The quality of being callous; emotional hardheartedness or indifference.
Fred was known for his callousness; local panhandlers had long since learned not to try their sob stories on him.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from callous.
The oftner we use the organs of touching, the more of these scales are formed, and the skin becomes the thicker, and so a callousness grows upon it. George Cheyne, Philosoph. Principles.
If they let go their hope of everlasting life with willingness, and entertain final perdition with exultation, ought they not to be esteemed destitute of common sense, and abandoned to a callousness and numbness of soul? Richard Bentley.
Callousness refers to showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others. It typically denotes a lack of sympathy or empathy towards others and a failure to understand or appreciate the feelings or suffering of other people. This can be reflected in behavior, attitude, or decisions that disregard the well-being of others.
The numerical value of callousness in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of callousness in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
I think the judge showed that she is incredibly hostile towards Mr. Manafort Wednesday.Jackson and exhibited a level of callousness that I have not seen in a white collar case in over 15 years of prosecution.
He has a catalog of denigrating people, of acting with callousness, cold-heartedness, almost sociopathic I would go as far as to say, this lack of care.
Gov. Herbert stands by his actions to cease acting as a pass-through for federal funds to Planned Parenthood, he was offended by the actions of Planned Parenthood and the callousness with which they discussed human life.
...nobody has the right to manipulate anybody or to impress anybody with his stronger personality, not even for the other's imagined good, for nobody can know what that good is. This is courtesy rather than callousness, for the other's dignity is thus acknowledged, or the dignity of his grief is respected. If and when he is ready, the other will of himself reach out for consolation and feel free to ask for a hand to point out the way.
Were at an inflection point. The constant chaos leaves us adrift. The incompetence makes us feel afraid, the callousness makes us feel alone. Its a lot. And heres the thing : We can do better and deserve so much more. We must elect a president who will bring something different, something better, and do the important work. A president who will bring all of us togetherBlack, White, Latino, Asian, Indigenousto achieve the future we collectively want. We must elect Joe Biden.
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