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- adv. In a merciless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a merciless manner; cruelly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without pity; in a merciless manner
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The only reason I can figure out why they bash her so hatefully and mercilessly is that they are scared spitless of her.
Isn´t it amusing, folks, how cowardly vultures circle endlessly over even the wounded objects of their desire only to move in mercilessly to feast in beastly and repulsive fashion on the carrion once the deliciously and previously unattainable target is stone dead?
The root ball of my new rosemary plant, on examination, does have the the look of having been hacked mercilessly from a larger bush.
Bush had responded in South Carolina by attacking McCain mercilessly from the right.
2: Attack it mercilessly from the air around the clock.
There’s a concern he’s trying to appeal to the “beer and popcorn” crowd, to borrow mercilessly from the Liberal campaign of 2006.
(I paraphrase mercilessly here from a recent article by Cory Doctorow that I saw somewhere or other (probably via BoingBoing).)
There I sat, recalled mercilessly to life and misery.
'My kids send up what I do mercilessly, which is a very healthy thing,' he grins.
Giffen rips Dan DiDio mercilessly, which is hilarious but sad when you realize how spot-on it is and how DiDio apparently doesn't care.