from The Century Dictionary.
- In an unsparing manner; profusely; also, mercilessly.
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- adverb in a scathing and unsparing manner
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Meredith portrays the modern villain unsparingly, "men who are not free from the common masculine craze to scale fortresses for the sake of lowering flags."
And Winterbottom portrays the violence in this film -- specifically the gruesome beating of the two women in Lou's life -- unsparingly, and unsettlingly.
And while I will defend Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines unto death the finale is unsparingly powerful, Jonathan Mostow's third picture is merely a good sequel to two great installments.
In The Merry Wives of Windsor, Shakespeare unsparingly ridicules old Sir John's simultaneous amorous pursuits of two married women.
But "monologist" is only one part of Daisey's description, since unlike Gray, he doesn't delve unsparingly into his own psyche.
Nor does Chardin's painting prepare us, as viewers, for the later and more radical ensembles of quotidian culinary objects, caught close up and unsparingly, for which he became well known.
Discrimination was unsparingly used to try to keep African Americans in their place.
A great TV comedy about the making of a terrible TV comedy, Episodes is from Friends/The Class writers David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, who take an unsparingly biting approach to Hollywood satire.
However complex and unfathomable the causes of David's illness were, my father saw himself and his behaviour unsparingly, as a contributory factor.
Shorn of the allegory and sentiment common to so much commemorative art, it vividly and unsparingly depicts what Kathryn Allamong Jacob calls, in "Testament to Union: Civil War Monuments in Washington, D.C.," "the harsh face of war in the awful beauty of richly detailed men and horses rushing to battle."