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
The latest album by Birmingham's Katie Crutchfield, released on Friday, explores the breakup of a relationship with unsparing honesty, thoughtful complexity and some truly rocking guitars.
Designers have no option but to be fully transparent about their source material; otherwise, and further to Troemel’s point, not only will people call them out, but the general reaction will be unsparing.
Other critics, many less preternaturally diplomatic than Khanna, were unsparing.
They, and many other stories of leading a police force in one of America's largest cities, are shared in unsparing detail in his memoir titled Called to Rise, out now.
Asked Tuesday about this apparent misevaluation (and possible clerical error), Brian Shaffer — thrower of strikes, bringer of heat — was unsparing.
In those 50 pages, Garrow synthesizes his balanced and extensive research and interviews into a sharply critical and unsparing assessment of the Obama presidency.
In one indelible scene, a German member of Parliament (Tilda Swinton) delivers a calm, respectful and unsparing demolition of the American position.
The craving for access (often access to be lied to) can blind some reporters to the need to be unsparing in calling out misstatements and evasions, big and small.
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First Known Use of unsparing
UNSPARING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unsparing for English Language Learners
: very harsh or severe
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