callously vs unfeelingly what difference

what is difference between callously and unfeelingly

English

Etymology

callous +‎ -ly

Adverb

callously (comparative more callously, superlative most callously)

  1. In a callous manner; done without regard to others’ sensitivities.

Synonyms

  • (in a callous manner): carelessly, hardheartedly, indifferently, unfeelingly


English

Etymology

unfeeling +‎ -ly

Pronunciation

Adverb

unfeelingly (comparative more unfeelingly, superlative most unfeelingly)

  1. In an unfeeling manner; without concern or regard for feelings.

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