OTHER WORDS FOR merciless
Origin of merciless
OTHER WORDS FROM mercilessmer·ci·less·ly, adverbmer·ci·less·ness, noun
How to use merciless in a sentence
But to be fair, Slumdog Millionaire probably wasn't aiming for documentary mercilessness.
His effects are helped by the fact that he is an excellent mimic and by his utter realistic mercilessness.When Winter Comes to Main Street|Grant Martin Overton
He actually found his heated mind making a statement of the case as wild as this and its very mercilessness of phrase checked him.Robin|Frances Hodgson Burnett
Slavery has no respect for the affections, as is evinced by the mercilessness with which she sunders every family tie.
They went at her, poor creature, those two, with all the mercilessness of a couple of wolves.Cleek, the Master Detective|Thomas W. Hanshew
The cruelty of the custom was not altogether unwelcome to warrant a retaliatory mercilessness.