Fierce vs Pitiless - What's the difference?

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Fierce is a related term of pitiless.


As adjectives the difference between fierce and pitiless

is that fierce is extremely violent, severe, ferocious or savage while pitiless is having, or showing, no pity; merciless.

fierce

English

Adjective

(er)
  • Extremely violent, severe, ferocious or savage.
  • A fierce storm battered the coast.
  • Resolute or strenuously active.
  • We made a fierce attempt to escape.
  • Threatening in appearance or demeanor.
  • The lion gave a fierce roar.
  • (slang, Ireland, rural) very, excellent.
  • It was fierce cold.
    Q: "How was the party last night?" A: "Fierce !"
  • (slang, US) Of exceptional quality, exhibiting boldness or chutzpah.
  • Tyra said to strike a pose and make it fierce .

    Derived terms

    * something fierce

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    pitiless

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • having, or showing, no pity; merciless
  • having no kindly feelings; unkind
  • Derived terms

    * pitilessly

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