Definition of black-hearted in English:

black-hearted

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adjective

literary
Cruel and wicked; evil: a black-hearted villain
More example sentences
  • She is as ruthless, manipulative, and blackhearted a figure as we've ever seen on screen, but you cannot help but admire her for her devotion and single-mindedness of purpose.
  • This is blackhearted, underhanded, and criminal.
  • It would take some black-hearted schadenfreude to gloat over the comedian's 75-second quickie divorce from his 18-month civil partnership.

Derivatives

black-heartedness

noun
More example sentences
  • The power-hungry authorities have displayed brutality and blackheartedness.
  • 'Tis the first time my cousin's blackheartedness has done me some good.
  • He was convinced of the black-heartedness of those who stood in his way.

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