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Definition of stony-hearted in English:

adjective

Very cruel or unfeeling: Boris was a stony-hearted professional terrorist they are stony-hearted
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  • Even stone-hearted Higgenbotham had a hard time keeping a dry eye.
  • The TV finally arrived and you would have had to be a very stony-hearted New Zealander not to be moved by Maori Television Service's first day.
  • Yes, many people like the book, and it would be stony-hearted of me not to be pleased at their pleasure.

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