Understand “Callous” through Etymology 

The Etymology of Callous

The word “callous” comes from the Latin part “call-” meaning “thick-skinned“. “Callous” may be used literally to mean something that has a hard exterior. Alternatively, it may be used figuratively to describe someone, who or something which, is insensitive, hard-hearted, or cruel.

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