remorselessness


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re·morse·less

 (rĭ-môrs′lĭs)
adj.
1. Having no pity or compassion; merciless.
2. Unyielding; relentless.

re·morse′less·ly adv.
re·morse′less·ness n.
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remorselessness

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remorselessness

[rɪˈmɔːslɪsnɪs] N
1. (= mercilessness) → lo despiadado
2. (= relentlessness) → lo implacable, inexorabilidad f
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remorselessness

nReu(e)losigkeit f; (fig: = mercilessness) → Unbarmherzigkeit f
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From the remorselessness with which the great Carnivora of modern England hunted man, I am constrained to believe that, whatever their appetites in times past, they have cultivated a gruesome taste for human flesh.
While males believed that lower psychopathy and remorselessness can cause higher Machiavellianism and lead to more anxiety, females believed that higher psychopathy initiates more anxiety.
She attributed her early display of remorselessness to threats she faced from extremists in al-Hawl.
The point guard slices up defenses with the remorselessness a hibachi chef shows shrimp.
'PDP's continued silence on this reprehensible heist only goes to confirm their remorselessness even as more and more facts are emerging that the same unfair method was the modus operandi that they used to capture political power in the 2017 elections.''
I tend toward an ontological interpretation, a notion that Henry is simply wrong in the remorselessness of his dualism (and later monism), and a belief that attention will prove to be the key unlocking the link between mind and matter.
remorselessness (2) play a consequential role in the sentencing process.
'We are appalled by the remorselessness by which even the young are executed,' the bishops said.
Lastly, the psychopathic personality is characterized by enduring antisocial behavior, impulsivity, selfishness, callousness, and remorselessness. Psychopaths commonly exhibit glibness or superficial charm, a grandiose sense of self-worth, a heightened need for stimulation and a low threshold for boredom, a pathological inclination for lying, a shallowness of emotional response, a lack of empathy, a parasitic lifestyle, poor behavioral controls, a lack of realistic long-term goals, a failure to accept responsibility for their actions, and criminal versatility.
("Poor Enoch, driven mad by the remorselessness of his own logic" as Iain Macleod put it.) But whereas that logic compels Uberoi--and, one suspects, at least a plurality within Britain's media and cultural elites--to advocate that England essentially forsake its inherited national culture in the interest of its immigration-created minorities, that same logic pushed Powell to advocate that England essentially rid itself of those minorities in the interests of those who wish to preserve its national culture.
One can emulate the amorality and remorselessness of a Cain without committing a murder.