ruthlessness

[ rooth-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF ruthlessness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUTHLESSNESS

Jeter saw cruelty in his eyes too; ruthlessness, and determination.

And then the cruelty of housekeepers, and the ruthlessness of housemaids!

She was still afraid of life, of its ruthlessness, its danger and mystery.

But a woman's ruthlessness was outwitted by a woman's cunning.

There was, indeed, in Geoffreys ruthlessness an element of cruel glee.

Yet the first act of Henry's reign was ominous of future cruelty and ruthlessness.

It was this ruthlessness, perhaps, that made him such an efficient secretary.

But there was also about them an expression of intolerance, of ruthlessness, of selfishness.

It had been devastated with all the ruthlessness of an Asiatic conqueror.

The officers and men under his command accused him of ruthlessness.

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