stone heart n.
See ischemic contracture of left ventricle.
Can you not infuse a little more life into my stone heart, or rather, give me back my former heart?
It was Little Peter's stone heart, which Grif had held all the while.
Welsh Tom was all of a tremble, and his eyes were fixed with a terrified expression upon the stone heart, which lay in his hand.
The gnome took out the stone heart, and replaced it for a moment by the old heart from the jar.
So with the stone heart in his hand and Peter upon his shoulder, Grif walked slowly back to the city.
As he did so, Little Peter's stone heart rolled away, and would have fallen if the Welshman had not caught it.
Peter fell upon his knees, and his stone heart did not protect his limbs from trembling like an aspen leaf.
He seemed to have lost all human feeling, like the man with the stone heart in the old legend.
Indeed, Little Peter's stone heart which Grif had dropped without knowing it.
As she did so, Grif caught the stone heart which the Tenderhearted Oysterman had compelled her to place round her neck.