Meaning of pitilessness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈpɪtɪlɪsnɪs/


See pitiless

‘The showdown was fierce as both of them employed the basic rules of the trade: ruthlessness, mercilessness, and pitilessness.’
  • ‘The story is set in a sanguinary and sadistic age; but it leaves one with the sense that the Cossacks may ultimately have been unrivalled in their capacity for purely impulsive pitilessness, unlit by the faintest flickering of conscience.’
  • ‘Their pitilessness for those in power is to be feared more than any usurper's greedy heart.’
  • ‘He gazed down at Ataren with pitilessness building in his eyes.’