No matter how callously defined, neither America's interests -- nor the world's -- are served by the denial of human aspirations.
It makes me ill how callously people talk about ripping their clients off.
And in places where fundamentalism is most severe, women are callously repressed.
So were the Pakistanis: Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, the Army chief, said the men had been “callously targeted.”
I took this as a good omen that Andersen had truly let Jesus take the wheel and would not callously steal 30 minutes of my life.
"Let us leave the corpse; I am thirsty," Gregorio answered, callously.
callously, she had struck right and left for room to get to her feet.
He spoke as callously of the girl, for whom he entertained his unholy passion, as he would speak of a stranger.
“Send them a Christmas card, and be done with it,” cried Jill callously.
Yet for nineteen hundred years we have borne the odium of having wantonly and callously performed a cruel and unjustifiable act.
c.1400, "hardened," in the physical sense, from Latin callosus "thick-skinned," from callus, callum "hard skin" (see callus). The figurative sense of "unfeeling" appeared in English by 1670s. Related: Callously; callousness.
callous cal·lous (kāl'əs)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a callus or callosity.