Ruthlessly [adverb]

Definition of Ruthlessly:

cruelly, without remorse

Opposite/Antonyms of Ruthlessly:

Sentence/Example of Ruthlessly:

It was to him preposterous, for she was one of that underworld against which he was ruthlessly at war.

"I'll use my scissors and needle on them to-night," she said, ruthlessly.

But like all such overshadowed delights, their end came swiftly, ruthlessly.

He must be dealt with out of hand, Trenchard opined, and dealt with ruthlessly.

"I can't," said Jeff ruthlessly, when he had got her out of earshot.

These, surprised in the midst of their wives and children, were all ruthlessly massacred.

Burevsky and his companions had used him ruthlessly, as their shield.

Marcus laughed at his wife's fancies; but he never crushed them ruthlessly.

In its internal control it treats the individual too ruthlessly.

Need I tell you that their heads were ruthlessly chopped and hacked?