without pity

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The false wife, without pity and without shame--or the brutal husband, who looked capable of any enormity?
Henceforth we have to follow the spectacle of a man who was a mere whip-top for calamity; on whose unmerited misadventures not even the humourist can look without pity, and not even the philosopher without alarm.
Very well; if ever you meet him again, wherever it may be, whether on the high road or in the street or in a church, anywhere that he or you may be, put your foot on his neck and crush him without pity, without mercy, as you would crush a viper or a scorpion
The wrath and curse of God fall upon you, woman without pity, who have slain mine innocent grandchild and made desolate this old heart that had nor chick, nor friend nor stay nor comfort in all this world but him
your father, show yourself without pity or mercy for the usurper who, at this moment, has not even to suffer the agony of the remorse of all that you have had to submit to.
I thought of him without pity but also without contempt.
La Fosseuse was no longer anything but a waiting-maid, and the orphan girl, then sixteen years of age, was dismissed without pity.
Find men you can trust, and the moment Fournier had crossed the bridge, burn, without pity, huts, equipages, caissons, carriages,--EVERYTHING
Monsieur says to him in effect, "My nephew, I introduce to you a lady of strong force of character, like myself--a resolved lady, a stern lady, a lady who has a will that can break the weak to powder: a lady without pity, without love, implacable, revengeful, cold as the stone, but raging as the fire.
We) will work to prevent any new attack, and we will work to fight (attackers) without pity, without regrets, without weakness," said Macron.
Angel City: Town Without Pity takes 1930s noir style, sets the story in Hollywood, and makes one major change from similar tales -- here, a woman is the hero.
In the pre-1970's, a group of people went to the plains where the Arabian Oryx had built their habitat and hunted them down in the absence of any deterrents and without pity for the wildlife.