Related formsun·spar·ing·ly, adverbun·spar·ing·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unsparing
Always spare, often forceful, Ryan Adams alternates tough pop songs with tender, unsparing ballads.
The report of his anguish at that absence is unsparing, and brutally convincing.‘One Relishes the Pain’: Julian Barnes’ Memoir of Grief|Adam Begley|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A year ago, 31 congressional Republicans sent a letter to President Obama demanding a tough, unsparing investigation.
Acclaimed documentarian Werner Herzog takes an unsparing look at the death penalty in his new film, 'Into the Abyss.'Werner Herzog’s 'Into the Abyss' Explores the Death Penalty|Ben Crair|November 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He comes off as remarkably self-reflective and unsparing of his flaws—not just for a public figure, but for anybody.
Let him carry no consideration save to utter, with unsparing fidelity, what passes in his own spirit.Pipefuls|Christopher Morley
He was a disciple of Rousseau; he held certain social theories, and he was unsparing in his criticisms of existing governments.Honoré de Balzac|Albert Keim and Louis Lumet
I must have sufficient proof, for, as my vengeance shall be unsparing, my provocation must be complete.Confession|W. Gilmore Simms
The time had now arrived for the expedition to Paris, and Mozart's anxious father was unsparing in thought and wise counsel.Life Of Mozart, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Otto Jahn
These were maintained by a vigilant and unsparing exercise of jurisdiction in the court of star-chamber.