She felt as if Felicia had put a gash across her face and as if he were pitilessly jibing at it.
Only her brain seemed on fire, so pitilessly, so horribly alive had it become.
Where doubtless Cromwell ploughed it up, in his young days, pitilessly; and in nowise pausing, as Burns beside his fallen daisy.
He had pitilessly resolved not to repeat the folly of the previous month.
The kloof was strewn with bodies of khakies, who were sent up as reinforcement and pitilessly shot down by the burghers.
She was being dressed for a ball, and the room was pitilessly light.
Formerly he had pitilessly enforced his own, compelling the girl of fifteen to wed a man many years her senior.
He had never heard anything so pitilessly strident in his life.
When his team-mates discovered the failing––and this was immediately––they pitilessly worried his hind legs.
"You're a—beauty, that's what you are," he said, pitilessly.