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uncompassionate Line breaks: un|com¦pas¦sion|ate
Pronunciation: /ʌnkəmˈpaʃ(ə)nət/

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Definition of uncompassionate in English:


Not showing compassion or sympathy for other people: a tough, uncompassionate person
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  • The vicar remained, his son said, utterly uncompassionate.
  • Bloomberg can't afford to look uncompassionate in the current environment.
  • Their goal is to stop consumption to harm the multinational corporations that have " utterly uncompassionate survival instincts ".

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