remorseless

Relentless vs Remorseless - What's the difference?

relentless | remorseless |


As adjectives the difference between relentless and remorseless

is that relentless is unrelenting or unyielding in severity while remorseless is without remorse, mercy or pity.

Unyielding vs Remorseless - What's the difference?

unyielding | remorseless |


As adjectives the difference between unyielding and remorseless

is that unyielding is not giving in; not bending; stubborn while remorseless is without remorse, mercy or pity.

Mercy vs Remorseless - What's the difference?

mercy | remorseless |


As a noun mercy

is (uncountable) relenting; forbearance to cause or allow harm to another.

As a adjective remorseless is

without remorse, mercy or pity.

Pity vs Remorseless - What's the difference?

pity | remorseless |


As a noun pity

is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As a verb pity

is to feel pity for (someone or something).

As a interjection pity

is short form of what a pity.

As a adjective remorseless is

without remorse, mercy or pity.

Remorseless vs Remorse - What's the difference?

remorseless | remorse |

Remorseless is a derived term of remorse.


As a adjective remorseless

is without remorse, mercy or pity.

As a noun remorse is

a feeling of regret or sadness for doing wrong or sinning.

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