He wondered what made them so hardhearted and their children so bold.
Crack my son over the head, will you, you hardhearted, murtherin' divil?
For,” argued Nic now in his excitement, “no Englishman could be so hardhearted as to refuse help to a white slave.
You are bound to think me hardhearted; but that is not the case.
She was bold in her manners, fond of herself, and hardhearted to everybody else.
So Mr. Reynolds did not prove to be a hardhearted man, after all.
Far be it from me to see love's young dream wiped out by a hardhearted family.
She was hardhearted, and capable of pursuing an object without much regard to the injury she might do.
Elizabeth has been called a fool for listening to such pathetical ‘love letters’: and then hardhearted for not listening to them.
The poor dreaded him—the good despised him; for he was a hardhearted, selfish, griping man.