Uncle Henry went on: "Like your own payrent—the stony-hearted old reptile!"
William was wearing his most grave and stony-hearted expression.
Even this stony-hearted old man shrinks aghast at such a deed.
"He is not so stony-hearted after all, mamma," said Olive, smiling.
"That is not a flute, but a nightingale," replied the stony-hearted Circassian.
Yes, she was of that stony-hearted breed, unaltered by the centuries.
Herein the contrast with the Suitors is emphatic, they are a stony-hearted set, trained by their deeds to violence and inhumanity.
McCay was in no mood to subscribe to this stony-hearted view.
It would be a stony-hearted celibate indeed who resisted little Jacqueline in the rôle of comforter.
And Miss Van Vetter, who was not of the stony-hearted, rose and went to the piano that she might not advertise her emotion.