The Soviet regime was merciless to its opponents, and millions suffered and perished in its labor camp.
All the while, Ming the merciless, aka Rupert Murdoch, rakes up the ratings and the bucks.
And From the Department of British Tabloids As expected, the tabloids were merciless.
Dovlatov was a merciless opponent of oppression, whose chief weapon was one dictatorships are rarely good at facing: humor.
Joe was also merciless with his taunts, particularly directed at the frail and shy Michael.
It was the deadliest of all attacks when that merciless tribunal of death stood waiting for the first fall of the vanquished.
She seemed at once merciful and merciless, sympathetic and hard.
The merciless methods of communal hunting either exterminate or frighten away most of the larger animals.
But why are all novelists of to-day so merciless to the provincial town?
The merciless finger of Time has been more fatal to it than shot and shell.