pitilessness

[ pit-i-lis, pit-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pitilessness
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The nothingness of man against the pitilessness of fate made all the world a blank.

He has none of the Roman-Spanish pitilessness to dumb creatures.

She was not one to forgive, he knew; the beauty of the equator was in her, and its pitilessness as well.

It meant the beginning of struggle with pitilessness in man and nature.

And with the northman's daring broke out the northman's pitilessness.

She recalled the look his face had worn, the sternness, the pitilessness of his eyes.

I forced myself to an unnatural pitch of pitilessness and vindictiveness.

The bitter harvest of her wrong deed was garnered for her, poured upon her head at every turn, by the pitilessness of events.

For the first time she was wide awake, was facing life as it is without dreams, facing its absolute cruelty and pitilessness.

The pitilessness of the whole system is appalling, the more so because it is accepted as necessary.

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