unconsoling


unconsoling
index callous, harsh

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  • unconsoling — adj.; unconsolingly, adv. * * * …   Universalium

  • unconsoling — adjective Not consoling …   Wiktionary

  • unconsoling — adj.; unconsolingly, adv. * * * unconˈsoling, ppl. a. (un 1 10.) Worcester (citing Buckminster) …   Useful english dictionary

  • ἀπαρήγορον — ἀπαρήγορος unconsoling masc/fem acc sg ἀπαρήγορος unconsoling neut nom/voc/acc sg …   Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • Freud, Sigmund — born May 6, 1856, Freiberg, Moravia, Austrian Empire died Sept. 23, 1939, London, Eng. Austrian neuropsychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, and one of the major intellectual figures of the 20th century. Trained in Vienna as a neurologist, Freud …   Universalium

  • callous — I adjective adamant, adamantine, brutal, callosus, cold, cold of heart, cold blooded, coldhearted, durus, hard, hard of heart, hardened, hardhearted, heartless, impassive, impenetrable, impenitent, imperturbable, impervious, implacable, inclement …   Law dictionary

  • dismal — I adjective black, bleak, cheerless, cloudy, comfortless, dark, deplorable, depressing, despairing, despondent, dim, dingy, dire, disagreeable, disconsolate, dreary, dull, dusky, flat, foggy, gloomy, gray, joyless, lamentable, lifeless, lowering …   Law dictionary

  • harsh — I adjective acerb, acerbic, acid, acrid, acrimonious, ascetic, astringent, austere, biting, bitter, brusque, brutal, burning, caustic, corrosive, crude, cruel, despiteful, discordant, disrespectful, draconian, drastic, excessive, extreme, feral,… …   Law dictionary


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