Origin of pitiless
SYNONYMS FOR pitiless
Related formspit·i·less·ly, adverbpit·i·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for pitiless
And his pitiless beliefs would be no stranger to the political discourse of today.
Efficiency may seem a pitiless term to use but it does have meaning.Blood and War: The Hard Truth About ‘Boots on the Ground’|Clive Irving|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I shall bring him forth and shine on him the pitiless light of history.
If they complained, they received a no doubt well-deserved and pitiless beating.
We thus remember Portnoy, impaling with pitiless thrusts invasive mothers, plugged-up fathers, dizzying shikses in heat.
The dream had not lasted long; reality seized him with its pitiless hands.Conscience, Complete|Hector Malot
The most obnoxious feature of their zeal is its pitiless exclusiveness.Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther|Walter Adeney
They felt as if they were in a trap, with the raging sea before them and the forest alive with pitiless savages behind.Four American Indians|Edson L. Whitney
It was another to listen to her hard, pitiless words, to change colour under the lash of her gibing tongue.Under the Red Robe|Stanley Weyman
They were attendants whom the pitiless usages of war had reduced to slavery.In Search of the Castaways|Jules Verne