hardhearted vs unfeeling what difference

what is difference between hardhearted and unfeeling

English

Alternative forms

  • hard-hearted

Etymology

hard +‎ hearted

Adjective

hardhearted (comparative more hardhearted, superlative most hardhearted)

  1. Lacking in compassion; cold and pitiless.

Synonyms

  • stonehearted

Antonyms

  • softhearted

Translations

References

  • Webster, Noah (1828), “hardhearted”, in An American Dictionary of the English Language
  • “hardhearted” in Dictionary.com Unabridged, Dictionary.com, LLC, 1995–present.
  • “hardhearted” in the Wordsmyth Dictionary-Thesaurus (Wordsmyth, 2002)


English

Etymology

un- +‎ feeling

Adjective

unfeeling (comparative more unfeeling, superlative most unfeeling)

  1. Without emotion or sympathy

Synonyms

  • emotionless
  • stony
  • uncaring
  • Thesaurus:alexithymic

Antonyms

  • sympathetic

Derived terms

  • unfeelingly
  • unfeelingness

Translations


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