Dedolent Ded"o*lent, a. [L. dedolens, p. pr. of dedolere to give over grieving; de- + dolere to grieve.] Feeling no compunction; apathetic. [R.] --Hallywell. [1913 Webster]

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  • dedolent — ˈdedələnt adjective Etymology: Latin dedolent , dedolens, present participle of dedolēre to cease to grieve, from de from, away + dolēre to feel pain more at condole archaic : feeling no grief or compunction : callous …   Useful english dictionary

  • dedolent — ded·o·lent …   English syllables

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