Cold-blooded ( adjective , adjective )

(As an adjective)

Cold-blooded ( adjective )

  1. Having or showing a lack of warmth or compassion.
  2. Calm and unemotional in dangerous or difficult situations.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from cold in the sense "having a low internal temperature" + blooded.

Examples:

  1. The cold-blooded killer showed no remorse for his crime.
  2. The cold-blooded politician was unresponsive to the needs of the people.
  3. The cold-blooded soldier remained calm under fire.
  4. The cold-blooded spy was trained to hide his emotions.
  5. The cold-blooded negotiator was able to make a tough deal.

(As an adjective)

Cold-blooded ( adjective )

  1. Having or showing a lack of warmth or compassion.
  2. Calm and unemotional in dangerous or difficult situations.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from cold in the sense "having a low internal temperature" + blooded.

Examples:

  1. The cold-blooded killer showed no remorse for his crime.
  2. The cold-blooded politician was unresponsive to the needs of the people.
  3. The cold-blooded soldier remained calm under fire.
  4. The cold-blooded spy was trained to hide his emotions.
  5. The cold-blooded negotiator was able to make a tough deal.
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