Winter held on tenaciously and mercilessly, but it has let go.
"It's a pity he was not drowned," she answered, mercilessly, handing the telegram back.
There had never been a man so mercilessly shown up by his own natural impulse.
He mercilessly pillories his patrons in a row for their stinginess.
Fire and gibbet had been mercilessly employed to destroy it.
All that ...