from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unpitying manner; without compassion.

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  • adverb In an unpitying manner.


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unpitying +‎ -ly


  • She neglected her children and made her family's life "an emotional wasteland," Hamilton writes unpityingly.

    Dysfunctional First Family

  • But even in his fear the apostate Presbyterian was unrelenting, unpityingly harsh; he published in his manifesto no promise of pardon, no inducement to submission.

    Lay Morals

  • The air was cool, although it was the middle of August; the wind was from the north, and the sun blazed down unpityingly from the blue sky.

    Une Vie

  • Oh, this is the hostility of light to the shining one: unpityingly doth it pursue its course.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • Have we not said, unpityingly regarding them, that their destruction before the advance of civilization is inevitable?

    The American Missionary — Volume 43, No. 12, December, 1889

  • "Hush! you will wake Raby," he said, and still held her firmly, looking unpityingly down into her face.

    Hetty's Strange History

  • I ask him if he can think of our desolate state, of our past sorrows, of our dark future, and still unpityingly foist upon us this wreck, this ruin, this tottering swindle, this gnarled and blighted and sapless vagabond from Oregon's hospitable shores?

    Sketches New And Old

  • "Now, I reckon you 'll lie still," said Jack unpityingly.

    Prince or Chauffeur? A Story of Newport

  • But, for all the eagerness with which her terror-stricken eyes would search the stars, these looked down indifferently, unpityingly, impersonally, as if they were so inured to the sight of sorrow that they were now careless of any pain they witnessed.

    Sparrows: the story of an unprotected girl

  • "You've made a fool of yerself," declared the man, unpityingly.

    Frank Merriwell's Cruise


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