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
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And our last session in May featured an unsparing takedown of prosperity preachers.
The unsparing destruction drove more than half a million people into Bangladesh in recent weeks.
No one is safe from the unsparing gaze of Gerard Alessandrini, godfather of the satirical revue and holder of nothing sacred, who’s been eviscerating musicals since 1982.
Some of these missionaries are unsparing in their criticism of matters like street-dress altar-server apparel, the custom in many American parishes.
The new season, airing on Showtime, has delivered an idiosyncratic, unsparing portrayal of the contemporary American condition.
Composer Tom Kitt and lyricist and librettist Brian Yorkey stretched the boundaries of the form in their alternately unsparing and poetic depiction of the ravages of mental illness.
Michael Steele, African American, former head of the Republican National Committee, was unsparing in his remarks about what Trump had to say.
His sizzling memoir, which was first published in a two-volume Russian edition in 2012, is an unsparing account of the Soviet collapse, and of the hardliners’ revenge that followed.
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First Known Use of unsparing
Synonymsbighearted, bounteous, bountiful, charitable, free, freehanded, freehearted, fulsome, liberal, munificent, open, openhanded, unselfish, generous, unstinting
Antonymscheap, close, closefisted, costive, illiberal [archaic], mingy, miserly, niggardly, parsimonious, penurious, selfish, stingy, stinting, tight, tightfisted, uncharitable, ungenerous
Related Wordsextravagant, handsome, lavish, overgenerous, profuse; altruistic, beneficent, benevolent, hospitable, humanitarian, philanthropic (also philanthropical); big, greathearted, largehearted, magnanimous, openhearted; compassionate, good-hearted, kind, kindly, samaritan, sympathetic
Near Antonymsmean, petty, small; frugal, spare, sparing, thrifty; chary, stinting; acquisitive, avaricious, avid, coveting, covetous, desirous, grasping, hoggish, itchy, mercenary, rapacious; begrudging, envious, grudging, resentful
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