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unfeeling

[ uhn-fee-ling ]
/ 蕦n藞fi l瑟艐 /
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adjective
not feeling; devoid of feeling; insensible or insensate.
unsympathetic; callous: an intelligent but unfeeling man.
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Origin of unfeeling

before 1000; Middle English; Old English unfelende. See un-1, feel, -ing2

synonym study for unfeeling

2. See hard.

OTHER WORDS FROM unfeeling

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British Dictionary definitions for unfeeling

unfeeling
/ (蕦n藞fi藧l瑟艐) /

adjective
without sympathy; callous
without physical feeling or sensation

Derived forms of unfeeling

unfeelingly, adverbunfeelingness, noun
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