Origin of merciless
SYNONYMS FOR merciless
Related formsmer·ci·less·ly, adverbmer·ci·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for mercilessly
And by mercilessly diving headfirst into these exploits, “Discord” discovers a universal truth: no human is human without flaws.The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson (And Tolstoy and Dickens)|Samuel Fragoso|October 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or the person may have been sustained, but mercilessly mocked and shunned in life.
In a city this mercilessly romantic, Le Bar 228 still eclipses all other hotel bars.Where to Fall in Love—or Just Get Drunk—on Valentine’s Day|Condé Nast Traveler|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was a bad look, and one that was worsened by his willingness to mercilessly throw his former employees under the bus.
Soldiers, settlers, and bulldozer drivers have also mercilessly targeted civilians.
Certainly, no one of the Laureates, Cibber excepted, was so mercilessly lampooned.
Then six strong arms flashed down, again and again, mercilessly.The Dueling Machine|Benjamin William Bova
Thrse observed in silence; her virile glance judged it all mercilessly.Two banks of the Seine|Fernand Vandrem
The memory of his terrible slip, five minutes before so mercilessly acute, was engulfed in a flood of astonishment.Mrs. Maxon Protests|Anthony Hope
The wind worried everybody; dresses and skirts, bonnets and coiffes, were similarly tossed about mercilessly.An Iceland Fisherman|Pierre Loti