Remorselessly [adverb]

Definition of Remorselessly:

cruelly, without remorse

Opposite/Antonyms of Remorselessly:

Sentence/Example of Remorselessly:

The sick had no rights; they were outside the pale; one could lie to them remorselessly.

I have told you of one remorselessly slain in cold blood for doing no more than that.

Slowly, remorselessly, the white messenger of Eternity was drawing near.

"I didn't know there were any lions in the country," pursued Hamilton remorselessly.

The vulture of Greed tears the victim, remorselessly and unceasingly.

The little old maid was remorselessly tearing it to tatters.

Remorselessly to rob you, an orphan, as any brigand might do?

The world sweeps by the man, carelessly, remorselessly, contemptuously.

The parson skilfully and remorselessly pursued the advantage he had gained.

Merthyr plunged her remorselessly into the second Punic war.