Examples of unsparing in a Sentence
neighbors were unsparing in their charity when a local family was rendered homeless by a fire
unsparing in his criticism of the welfare state
Recent Examples of unsparing from the Web
In Kevin Macdonald’s captivating documentary, Whitney, the Oscar-winning director casts a compassionate, but unsparing eye on the multiple Grammy winner, who died in 2012 at 48.
But the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 subsequently paved the way for particularly unsparing investigations of the practices of a socialist regime that was in large part overthrown by its own people.
The accompaniment is raw, stripped down, and often blues-inflected as Reilly confronts a dystopian world and his own shortcomings with unsparing candor and cutting humor.
The 59-page report offers an unsparing analysis of the agency's history of responding to problems involving its deputies.
The movie runs down some dispiriting statistics (there are less than 50,000 Asian elephants alive today), and is unsparing in showing the cruelty required to train an elephant to perform tricks and give rides to humans.
Or were his unsparing attacks on Hillary Clinton perhaps motivated by something else?
Over the next 24 hours, Eisen, a biologist at the University of California, Berkeley, unleashed dozens of tweets that grew only more unsparing to both Watson and Lander.
Yes, but don’t cry.’’ In Churchill’s bleak and unsparing vision, life is a relentless battle, requiring stoicism, and a jigsaw puzzle, requiring guile.
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callous, case-hardened, cold-blooded, compassionless, desensitized, hard, hard-boiled, hard-hearted, heartless, indurate, inhuman, inhumane, insensate, insensitive, ironhearted, merciless, obdurate, pitiless, remorseless, ruthless, soulless, stony (also stoney), take-no-prisoners, thick-skinned, uncharitable, unfeeling, unmerciful, unsympathetic;
UNSPARING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unsparing for English Language Learners
: very harsh or severe
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