unremorsefully


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unremorsefully

(ˌʌnrɪˈmɔːsfʊlɪ)
adv
in an unremorseful or impenitent manner
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Thus making his own actual serpent--if a serpent there actually was in his bosom--the type of each man's fatal error, or hoarded sin, or unquiet conscience, and striking his sting so unremorsefully into the sorest spot, we may well imagine that Roderick became the pest of the city.
Despite bringing the planet to the brink of unsustainability and the responsibility for the enthronement of barbarism as civilization, about which the world's peoples must make an explicit choice as to Civilization or Barbarism (Diop 1991), Eurasian psycho-cultural functioning appears poised to continue practicing supremacy unremorsefully and without lenity.
The speaker anticipates the whine of a youth demanding his individuality, to which the speaker replies abruptly and unremorsefully: "To each his sufferings: all are men, / Condemned alike to groan" (91-92).