Having no pity or compassion; merciless.(adjective)
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Use "remorseless" in a sentence
"Treacherous, beautiful, remorseless, that is how men regard the sea and the rushing rivers, of whom the sirens and mermaids of old tradition have come to stand as symbols."
"I have seen a few such cases of what I may call the remorseless exercise of authority, and the result has not been pleasing."
"His eyes filled with tears, Mr. Ross talked about how the financier who once managed $5 million of his money looked "remorseless" in front of the court."