Definition of unsparingly in English:

unsparingly

adverb

  • See unsparing

    • ‘Compassionately but unsparingly portrayed, these women are not especially noble and are capable of a scathing backstreet wit.’
    • ‘However, if the decision rests on a mistaken view of the law, then law professors should criticize it sharply and unsparingly to make sure that its legal errors do not become accepted doctrine.’
    • ‘He gave of himself unsparingly and unstintingly.’
    • ‘These are some of the most unsparingly candid confessions about the sheer slog and awkwardness and grinding disappointment of designing ever committed to print.’
    • ‘As Nariman's health deteriorates and he lies in the Chenoys' living-room enduring pain and incontinence, every odour and excretion is unsparingly described.’

Pronunciation

unsparingly

/ʌnˈspɛːrɪŋli/