How to use Unfeeling in a sentence

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  • The concept of a kiss off letter may appear cruel and unfeeling but there are many reasons to send one.

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  • How could you be so unfeeling to Miss Bates?

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  • Spielberg intended the film to look dreamy and somewhat unfeeling, leaving only certain shots to be dynamic.

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  • Please, all you out there with tendencies to be of an unfeeling nature - give us a break.

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  • It is the raucous unfeeling man who is blind, not the sensitive physically blind theologian.

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  • He was accused of being an unfeeling monster, the embodiment of unfair and unjust laws.

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  • He maintained that only human beings can reason, that animals are unfeeling machines; and condoned cruel experiments on dogs and cats.

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  • When we are anxiety is heightened we are more likely to act in a cold blooded, unfeeling way.

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  • God knows how many more unfeeling landlords must be out there.

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  • The Reverend Green says evolutionists regard humans as simply an unfeeling concourse of atoms, so how can we have ethical or esthetic values.

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  • They aren't unfeeling; they just look at emotions in a different way.

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