remorseless

[ri-mawrs-lis]
adjective
without remorse; merciless; pitiless; relentless.

Origin:
1585–95; remorse + -less

remorselessly, adverb
remorselessness, noun


ruthless, unrelenting, implacable, inexorable, cruel.
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remorseless (rɪˈmɔːslɪs)
 
adj
1.  without compunction, pity, or compassion
2.  not abating in intensity; relentless: a remorseless wind
 
remorselessly
 
adv
 
remorselessness
 
n

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Example sentences
But the remorseless power of compounding cuts both ways.
The remorseless negativism and the mournful listing of coming catastrophes can
  be overdone, however.
The judge accurately called the crimes remorseless and intolerable.
But the engine of that tug is remorseless and will in time prevail.
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