[ US /ˈɹuθɫəs/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈuːθləs/ ]
  1. without mercy or pity
    an act of ruthless ferocity
    a monster of remorseless cruelty
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How To Use ruthless In A Sentence

  • Grim, sure, but true - not to mention ruthlessly egalitarian, which is why people rarely lob the P-word at those whose answer to life is, "Who knows? Why I love Carolyn Hax
  • It is further proof that in the department of a superannuated squad who have witnessed Mourinho's ruthless side more often than not, Drogba is the ultimate survivor.
  • College students are stranded in an abandoned town whose only law is the ghost of ruthless gunslinger Bloody Bill Anderson and his posse of vicious zombies.
  • When television replays and closeups became possible, all this human frailty and professional ruthlessness became multiplied many times. Times, Sunday Times
  • The television age has transformed the conventions into presentational exercises from which the unknown and unexpected are ruthlessly excised.
  • I doubt whether the Scots, going it alone, would have developed the same ruthless instinct for self-preservation.
  • I love the men flower heart also due, so I be more affectionate more ruthless.
  • Both of these ladies bided their time and proved to be quite calculating and ruthless.
  • Joe (Cage), a remorseless hitman, is in Bangkok to execute four enemies of a ruthless crime boss named Surat. NEW POSTER: BROTOX DANGEROUS (UPDATE)
  • Combined with fervid Methodism, you've got ruthless certainty.
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