from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a remorseless manner; without remorse.

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  • adverb Done without remorse; in a remorseless manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb without pity; in a merciless manner


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  • "In other words," remorselessly, "you question my right to wield the probe.

    The Dominant Dollar

  • Now, it's become almost a cliche these days to warn against "the kind of remorselessly monopolist accounts of capitalism that act as a kind of intellectual and political bulldozer," and thereby overlook real possibilities of resistance and a new sort of politics (I am quoting Nigel Thrift,

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  • The undeniable power of street art is that it aids in reshaping the lifeless urban horror we have remorselessly constructed for ourselves in the dubious name of progress.

    Graffiti: the Estadio Azteca and Mexico City's new wave muralists

  • The wolf-pack still clung to the flank of the cariboo-herd, singling out the weak and the big with calf, and pulling them down as remorselessly as were it a thousand, thousand generations into the past.

    “The Kipling of the Klondike”: Naturalism in London's Early Fiction

  • Mutant Chronicles (2009) - What's not to like in a movie about mutant hordes, created by ancient crashed alien ship, menacing, and killing remorselessly, a future Earth's populace in a WW I meets vaugely steampunk setting?

    March 2010

  • We must bite the bullet of health care costs that escalate remorselessly from year to year, Shriver wrote.

    Sargent Shriver, first Peace Corps director, dies

  • But while he could not understand, he saw the terror it created, and resolved to exploit it as remorselessly as would any modern trader a choice bit of merchandise.


  • He looked tired; yet somehow, with that marvelous mechanism of a body that was his, he drove on, ever on, remorselessly on.

    Chapter V

  • They are driven to it, because they are pressed remorselessly against subsistence.


  • Wild tomatoes, which had gone to seed or been remorselessly hoed out from the beginning of Berande, were foraged for salads, soups, and sauces.

    Chapter 7


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