Definition: pitiless; merciless; cruel
Definition: pitiless; merciless; cruel
Sentences Containing 'ruthless'
There were many women at that time, upon whom the time laid a dreadfully disfiguring hand; but, there was not one among them more to be dreaded than this ruthless woman, now taking her way along the streets.
They lapsed into a humble silence, and learned to disappear when the ruthless`cub'engineer approached.
Maximilian leaped at one bound into his crop of lucerne, which he began to pull up in the most ruthless way, under the pretext of being occupied in weeding it.
The idea of using a form of poison which could not possibly be discovered by any chemical test was just such a one as would occur to a clever and ruthless man who had had an Eastern training.
But I found out afterwards that he was a mild man of a heavy temperament, whose place in the business was to keep himself in the background, and be constantly exhibited by name as the most obdurate and ruthless of men.
I denounced myself as a remorseless brute and a ruthless beast.
Nor, though placed amongst a ruthless crew and every hour passed by ruthless hands, and through the livelong nights shrouded with thick darkness which might cover any pilfering approach, nevertheless every sunrise found the doubloon where the sunset left it last.
Ruthless even by the standards of the day, Leontios carried the war further into Azerbaijan and Caucasian Albania.
The Minardis would finish 5th and 6th however, condemning Onyx to the ruthless world of pre-qualifying.
Negi agrees and hires a gang of ruthless outlaws to hunt and kill Badal. He also pressures Tina not to acknowledge and meet Badal anymore, and Tina reluctantly agrees.
Having been constantly disfigured by ruthless building promoters and careless politicians, Brussels had become the victim of an irresponsible urban development, the so called “ Brusselization ”.
Michel'le dated Dr. Dre and released an album on Ruthless Records.
They are Nguyen Khan, a scientist wishing to gain omniscience through the Leyline; and Lord Hazanko, the leader of the ruthless assassin organization the Anten Seven, who seeks the Leyline to gain ultimate power.
The book starts out with 15-year old Tack just trying to survive a ruthless high school where any infraction means expulsion.
In Exiles, an alternate reality version of Mesmero, originating from the Earth-653 timeline, was involved with the Weapon X Program before being recruited into Weapon X, the more ruthless counterpart of the Exiles.
Shortly before "Infinite Crisis", Dr Polaris appears in Metropolis, seeking Superman's help in battling a more powerful and ruthless magnetism manipulator who calls herself Repulse.
He writes that he saw the new management as tough and ruthless, and objected particularly to the 15-fold increase in training fees.
Designed as guards and killers, they are trained to be ruthless in addition to their bloodthirsty nature.
The ending of the novel is ambiguous: Duddy's selfishness and ruthless materialism, which supersede his love for Yvette, are obviously negative qualities.
Despite this, the image of Richard as a ruthless power-grabber remained dominant in the 18th and 19th centuries.
He's tough and ruthless, but very quiet and charged with a terrible irony".
As a captain he was a strict team disciplinarian who expected high standards, he was ruthless when the occasion demanded, but could be inflexible and unimaginative and lacked the charisma of a natural leader.
George outclassed Manly-Warringah 20–0 in a ruthless display of speed and strength.
The ruthless conquest of Algeria thus led to the integration of the territory as a Département of the French territory.
The driven, ruthless Barksdale (Wood Harris) was aided by business-minded Stringer Bell (Idris Elba).
With the help of his native friends, a repaired Cybot and some Terrans disillusioned by the ruthless colonial expansion, he decides to fight back at the intruders.
He gives Chitti a new appearance, and embeds a "red chip" inside Chitti, converting him into a ruthless terminator.
During his term of power, Zia was criticised for ruthless treatment of his political opposition.
The Jewish community then offers the amiable Brtko a weekly payment if he does not give up the store, which would otherwise be given to a new, possibly ruthless Aryanizer.
Mr. Gandhe is a person who personifies discipline; being ruthless he runs his college like an autocrat, not realizing he is shattering the tender dreams in the eyes of his students.
It was through his resourcefulness that he convinced Shao Kahn to spare his life, and it was through ruthless ambition that he later ascended to position of general of Kahn's armies.
"Serenity" encounters Jubal Early, a ruthless professional bounty hunter who will stop at nothing to retrieve River.
The young king turned out be quick-tempered, arrogant, and ruthless.
With the old minister's death removed the only person that could have controlled the ruthless, inexperienced king.
Edward I was a notoriously ruthless soldier and executioner, but he was widely respected by the Lords of Parliament for his honesty and good sense.
He is a ruthless commander of the Soviet garrison in which Colonel Trautman is imprisoned, and is also a veteran combat helicopter pilot.
The town is controlled by a ruthless Irish immigrant land baron, Denton Baxter (Gambon), who hates open-rangers.
Nicholas seems to have been more a bureaucrat than a military leader, lacking the broad strategic sense and the ruthless drive to command all the Russian armies.
In the same interview Nikonov is proud that Molotov was wiz and coolly ruthless man, which has right be together with Timur (by the words of Winston Churchill).
"Thin White Girls", like much of Morin's subsequent fiction, is narrated by a young female with a ruthless and unusual sense of humour.
Shelley Fralic of the "Winnipeg Free Press" described the "first-class villain" of soap as: "Ruthless magnate.
Fat Cat is a ruthless criminal mastermind, and his plans, though sometimes bizarre, are nevertheless dangerous and sadistic.
Methodical and ruthless, Chaor is the perfect leader for the UnderWorlders.
Johnny Liston heads back to his hometown after 12 years in jail, during which time his ruthless brother Sartana (Garko) has taken over control of the town.
"This business is ruthless" once quoted by Vincent Oshana.
For example, two characters sharing the same type of desire, although only one of them is ruthless enough to take action.
It is the only exception to his otherwise relentless and ruthless ambition, which includes bullying and threatening to blackmail a sick old man and unintentionally causing his death.
Flashback takes us back to Franco’s ruthless dictatorship era.
As one of the experienced leaders of Stanfield's crew, she commits many ruthless murders on their behalf.
The movie follows a group of survivors in a Dallas mansion threatened both by rising radiation levels, a ruthless tough guy and cannibalistic mutants.
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assurance - firm statement that something is certainly true; promise or pledge; certainty; confidence in one's own ability; self-confidence; Ex. In spite of all his assurances, he did not come back; Ex. assurance of his loyalty; Ex. The teacher lacked assurance in fron of his class; V. assure; tell firmly with confidence; ensure; make (something) certain to heappen; make (someone) feel sure; give confidence to; ADJ. assured: self-assured; confident in one's own ability; showing certainty
grovel - crawl or creep on ground; remain prostrate; behave in a servile manner
vouchsafe - grant condescendingly; guarantee; Ex. vouchsafe your fair return on your investment
perimeter - outer boundary; length of the outer boundary; circumference
marsupial - one of a family of mammals that nurse their offspring in a pouch(pocket of skin or leather); CF. kangaroo, opossum, wombat
thresh - beat (cereal plants) with a machine or flail to separate the grains from the straw
gyroscope - apparatus used to maintain balance, ascertain direction, etc.
homeostasis - tendency of a system or organism to maintain relative stability or internal equilibrium; CF. homeo-: constant; Ex. homeotherm
mutilate - maim; injure lastingly; deprive of a limb or an essential part