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
Gravity works, persistently and even remorselessly, in a certain direction.
The main lines of fact are remorselessly clear: the necessary elucidations of
  detail are almost wholly wanting.
One would expect fees to be driven down remorselessly.
Try to dam its movement at one point, and slowly but remorselessly it will find
  its way around.
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