A number of clearly partisan studies have suggested that cats are unfeeling and sociopathic.
Question those taking on the mantle of victimhood and you are immediately cast as some kind of aggressive, unfeeling oppressor.
Romney spoke about it in a way that struck Prouty as disingenuous and unfeeling, and he got mad.
Even to calculate on a mans death and make arrangements for filling his place is justly esteemed indecorous and unfeeling.
He is not so ungenerous a man as you think him: nor has he an unfeeling heart.
Yet with the closest secrecy she misled—with the most unfeeling coldness left me.
I am better there, it is unfeeling in me to be here, when I can do the least thing there.
unfeeling jests and pranks at the expense of others beget unhappiness and discomfort at the expense of ourselves.
He was by no means an unfeeling man, but he had his duty to do.
Across this eloquent silence that the softest sound would have jarred upon, a cold, unfeeling voice broke harshly.