mercy

[ mur-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF mercy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MERCY

There, I thought I'd reveal the distressing truth about myself while I had you at my mercy.

But the Marquis has no mercy on the performances of poor Miss Pardoe.

It was awful to Harriett that her father should be ill, lying there at their mercy.

He was merciful only when you paid for His mercy in advance.

Oh, miss, ain't it a mercy everybody ain't so like your own!

If you have forfeited man's respect and esteem, there is a God with whom there is mercy and forgiveness.

Our judgment is always too much at the mercy of our likes and dislikes.

The industrious and thrifty would be at the mercy of the lazy and wicked.

Then crying, "I believe you, doctor; thank God for his mercy!"

They were poor men, they said, and their property was at the mercy of the Government.

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