Definition of unsparing in English:

unsparing

Line breaks: un|spar¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈspɛːrɪŋ
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unsparingly

adverb
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  • 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.
  • As Nariman's health deteriorates and he lies in the Chenoys' living-room enduring pain and incontinence, every odour and excretion is unsparingly described.
  • These are some of the most unsparingly candid confessions about the sheer slog and awkwardness and grinding disappointment of designing ever committed to print.

unsparingness

noun
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  • They meet in a museum and discuss Goya - an exemplary figure to them both, for an unsparingness that somehow doesn't exclude hope.
  • Bad Boys may not be everyone's cup of tea, but its unsparingness makes for quite a welcome alternative when so many films gloss over the hardness of their material.
  • That unsparingness may also begin to account for the fact that the sum of his parts - and of his books - sometimes seems greater than the whole.

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