English words and Examples of Usage

use "ruthless" in a sentence

War, in its ruthless savagery, is creative with its wicked wounds.

But Hewitt needed to know: “Can you be as ruthless as Churchill was?”

St Helens coach Keiron Cunningham: "In the second half we were ruthless.

I'm starting to think "the purge" would actually help the U.S. Ruthless.

The ruthless murderers probably only understand the language of violence.

I much prefer ruthless Frank to sob-story Frank from last week, as well.

He has described all allegations against him as "a brutal, ruthless witch-hunt."

“We have to be ruthless,” the former Everton forward told the Sydney Morning Herald.

You're a ruthless little group of sociopaths and I admire that about you, she added.

A thuggish trio, led by the ruthless Roat, have followed this valuable package.

Boston just saw the last remnants of its ruthless winter melt away earlier this month.

AQAP is considered one of the most ruthless branches of the terrorist organization.

The man who has sent them is ruthless, and will exact a high price if the package is lost.

Once in a movie, it was said of a particularly ruthless businessman that "he had an ethical bypass at birth."

The nomads of Somalia share a way of life that is governed by the ruthless Somali desert.

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