The effortless transformation of Justin Bieber from dreamy teen heartthrob to heartless, self-centered pop star continues apace.
But if you had to choose between having your hand held by a warm and fuzzy nurse or being treated by a heartless diagnostician?
But the Sawyer case, combined with the heartless parsimony of all lethal outbreaks, means that the truth will out and soon.
It makes those who continue to milk the story look like heartless vultures for harassing a sick man (with a pregnant wife).
She could be wretchedly imprecise, capricious, and heartless to her co-workers.
When he is listening, I say all the horrid, cynical, heartless things I can think of.
And, how about the heartless girl—did you ever see her again, Uncle Jim?
Hatto is said to have been ambitious, heartless, and perfidious, as well as cruel towards the poor.
I reject you, and all of your kith and kin—all the false, hollow, heartless stock.'
Friends who knew his noble nature could not sit by and hear him denounced as a heartless and eccentric profligate.
Old English heortleas "dispirited, dejected;" see heart + -less. In Middle English with expanded senses "lacking in courage; foolish; listless; half-hearted; sluggish." Sense of "callous, cruel" is not certainly attested before Shelley used it in 1816. Literal meaning "lacking a heart, lifeless" (mid-15c.) is rare. Related: Heartlessly; heartlessness.