1. graded adjective & adjective If you describe something, especially something unpleasant, as remorseless, you mean that it goes on for a long time and cannot be stopped. ⇒ ...the remorseless pressure of recession and financial constraint. ⇒ ...General Sherman's remorseless progress through Georgia. remorselessly
graded adverb & adverb [usu ADV with v] ⇒ There have been record bankruptcies and remorselessly rising unemployment. 2. graded adjective & adjective Someone who is remorseless is prepared to be cruel to other people and feels no pity for them. ⇒ ...the capacity for quick, remorseless violence. ⇒ ...remorseless thieves. remorselessly
graded adverb & adverb [ADV with v] ⇒ They remorselessly beat up anyone they suspected of supporting the opposition.
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