One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Her flesh was torn and raw and now unpityingly scorched on that side exposed to the caustic desert sun.’
- ‘The conversation sticks with me; if I close my eyes, I can hear the inflections of his speech, the tone of voice that spoke unpityingly, straightforwardly, of his life.’
- ‘At the end, when the text hints at redemption, the music turns, unpityingly, yet more brutal.’
- ‘Of Falla in Paris, Stravinsky wrote: ‘His nature was the most unpityingly religious I have ever known - and the least sensible to manifestations of humor.’’
- ‘The mingled rain and sleet fell unpityingly from above, while the ground beneath was covered with mud and water.’
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