Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character or state of being unsparing.

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Examples

  • His account of these occasions is full of bitter self-reproach but also a helpless self-recognition – and the unsparingness of the professional writer.

    Our parents resented us

  • With amazing strength and unsparingness you have known how to will.

    The Argonauts

  • She objected to Beauchamp's intemperateness and unsparingness, as if she was for conveying a sisterly warning to

    Beauchamp's Career — Complete

  • She objected to Beauchamp's intemperateness and unsparingness, as if she was for conveying a sisterly warning to Cecilia; and that being off her mind, she added, smiling a little and colouring a little: 'We learn only from men what men are.'

    Beauchamp's Career — Volume 5

  • She objected to Beauchamp's intemperateness and unsparingness, as if she was for conveying a sisterly warning to Cecilia; and that being off her mind, she added, smiling a little and colouring a little: 'We learn only from men what men are.'

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

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