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1  He was artful, cruel, and obdurate.
The Narrative of the Life By Frederick Douglass
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2  Mr. Severe was rightly named: he was a cruel man.
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3  Their minds had been starved by their cruel masters.
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4  They were well matched, being equally mean and cruel.
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5  He was a cruel man, hardened by a long life of slaveholding.
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6  He was less cruel, less profane, and made less noise, than Mr. Severe.
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7  I have ever found them the meanest and basest, the most cruel and cowardly, of all others.
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8  I have frequently felt her head, and found it nearly covered with festering sores, caused by the lash of her cruel mistress.
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9  Few are willing to incur the odium attaching to the reputation of being a cruel master; and above all things, they would not be known as not giving a slave enough to eat.
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10  If it had any effect on his character, it made him more cruel and hateful in all his ways; for I believe him to have been a much worse man after his conversion than before.
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11  He was cruel enough to inflict the severest punishment, artful enough to descend to the lowest trickery, and obdurate enough to be insensible to the voice of a reproving conscience.
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12  I have known him to tie her up early in the morning, and whip her before breakfast; leave her, go to his store, return at dinner, and whip her again, cutting her in the places already made raw with his cruel lash.
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