Noun(1) a cruel act; a deliberate infliction of pain and suffering(2) feelings of extreme heartlessness(3) the quality of being cruel and causing tension or annoyance
(1) she divorced my stepfather for persistent cruelty(2) The jury was told that he had been convicted of grievous bodily harm and child cruelty against a girl in Essex in April 1998.(3) The casual, unthinking cruelty of children is brilliantly evoked here.(4) But this temptation is dangerous because history contains too much cruelty at the hands of the pious.(5) Is the response to the extreme cruelty of tyrants the defining moment of the human condition?(6) In 1948, Wyman sued for divorce, charging extreme mental cruelty .(7) But today's children are in no mood to suffer that cruelty in silence.(8) We suffered cruelty and abandonment even as we continued to teach the world about a loving God.(9) we can't stand cruelty to animals(10) Maybe it was because of casual human cruelty .(11) I felt like a Roman emperor, looking down on my subject wondering whether to show mercy or cruelty .(12) The fact that credible scientists found there was not excess suffering or cruelty involved was ignored.(13) Charges of dangerous driving and child cruelty were withdrawn by the prosecution.(14) Mistakes I can forgive, but deliberate intent to harm or random acts of cruelty , I find repulsive.(15) If women resisted sexual advances, they risked physical cruelty and punishment.(16) Why were children treated with such cruelty , both physical and emotional?
(1) cruelty :: sauā
1. brutality ::
4. inhuman treatment ::
1. compassion ::
2. humanity ::
3. sympathy ::
Different Formscruelties, cruelty
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