adjective un·for·giv·ing \ˌən-fər-ˈgi-viŋ\
: not willing to forgive other people
: very harsh or difficult : not allowing weakness, error, etc.
: unwilling or unable to forgive
: having or making no allowance for error or weakness <an unforgiving environment where false moves can prove fatal — Jaclyn Fierman>
— un·for·giv·ing·ness noun
Examples of UNFORGIVING
- They are unforgiving of the smallest mistake.
- the unforgiving world of politics
First Known Use of UNFORGIVING