- adj.没有怜悯心的，无情的; 忍心;
- 副词: pitilessly;
a scorching, pitiless sun
John Steinbeck used the dust and the pitiless skies as the backcloth to his novel.
Mack felt a pitiless contempt for her.
His judgments are immediate, pitiless.
The aged leader was exhausted by the exaction of a pitiless system.
The king was a pitiless ruler.
He saw the pitiless eyes of his enemy.
Her creditors were more pitiless than ever.
They are already feared by the pitiless and blessed by me and maybe by you.
This ruler is a pitiless tyrant.
Nature is pitiless but man is friendly.
One from the pitiless wave?
A gaze and pitiless as the sun.
A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun.
Yet, the wind and rain beat their thin faces pitiless.
In the pitiless environment of these books, broader political issues always hanging over people's heads.
More pitiless than a trampled snake.
The king a pitiless ruler.
His workers in Pittsburgh felt the full force of his pitiless Darwinism.
It was plain that the pitiless man made the boy suffer. The boy was pitiable.
This is football, pitiless and fascinating, because it can tip over established grades.
这就是足球, 残酷无情而又令人沉迷其中, 因为它可以打破任何固定模式.
Women are pitiless with people they dislike.
The impact zones formed pitiless boundaries between those who were spared and those who were doomed.
Nothing is as mild and gentle as courage, noting as cruel and pitiless as cowardice.
Amy's pitiless step mother refuse to look after her when she is seriously ill.
The pitiless woman refused to help the poor sick girl.
He was a pitiless tyrant.
1. without mercy or pity;
"an act of ruthless ferocity"
"a monster of remorseless cruelty"
2. deficient in humane and kindly feelings