American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Unmerciful; severe: an unsparing superior officer; unsparing criticism.
- adj. Not frugal; generous.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sparing; liberal; profuse; abundant: as, the unsparing use of money.
- Not merciful; unmerciful: as, unsparing publicity.
- adj. Without sparing
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not sparing; not parsimonious; liberal; profuse.
- adj. rare Not merciful or forgiving.
- adj. not forbearing; ruthless.
- adj. very generous
- un- + sparing (Wiktionary)
“DiCaprio, who has long been fascinated by Viking culture, will play one in a storyline that will be as "unsparing" as Gibson's other period directing efforts: Braveheart, Passion of the Christ and Apocalypto.”
“The South's President Lee Myung-bak, during a visit to front-line troops Thursday, said that South Korea must make "unsparing" retaliation if it suffers another surprise attack.”
“The South pledges "unsparing" retaliation, while the North threatens "sacred" nuclear war.”
“The South pledges "unsparing" retaliation, while the North threatens”
“Any attack will be met with an "unsparing" response, he warned.”
“Any surprise attack will be met with an "unsparing”
“unsparing" retaliation if it suffers another surprise attack.”
“The major financial players in the collapse also come in for unsparing criticism.”
“It was remarked which these final scenes with Enobarbus raise Antony's impression in a minds, given his mostly cynical, witty, unsparing censor is so despairing during withdrawal his master.”
““What makes Fugitive Days unique,” wrote Edward Said in a blurb, “is its unsparing detail and its marvelous human coherence and integrity.””
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