unmerciful in English

adjective
1
cruel or harsh; showing no mercy.
Being at the mercy of an unmerciful Ãresource decisionà ®, right at the end of your life, is unacceptable.
adjective

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1. History is both fair and unmerciful.

2. Unmerciful edge of at innocent frontal eminence.

3. They chatted for an unmerciful length of time.

4. Unmerciful edge of knife keep on at innocent frontal eminence.

5. Or do we find ourselves being harsh, unbending, despotic, unmerciful, proud?

6. 13 Was the Mosaic Law a rigid, unmerciful body of rules?

7. R: unmerciful mire, lick up the most lovely person in the world!

8. I was sitting in the corner, gradually, I became that corner, acuate, unmerciful, hard, sleepless.

9. You have a vicious, greedy, unmerciful financial wolf standing over a cowering, unsophisticated commercial lamb.

10. Now it was raining hard outside, great heavy unmerciful rain slanting out of the sky like steel rods.

11. Considering foreigners as being as base as dogs or horses and insulting them will only win from them the notoriety of our being unmerciful and unrighteous.”

12. Like the fly fisherman who knows that trout are driven by hunger, Lucifer knows our “hunger,” or weaknesses, and tempts us with counterfeit lures which, if taken, can cause us to be yanked from the stream of life into his unmerciful influence.