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unforgiving

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunforgivingun‧for‧giv‧ing /ˌʌnfəˈɡɪvɪŋ◂ $ -fər-/ adjective  1 FORGIVE#someone who is unforgiving does not forgive people easily2 an unforgiving place is very difficult to live in, for example because it is extremely hot or cold
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unforgivingThe slalom kayak is fragile, uncomfortable and with unforgiving edges.The unforgiving finger of fate always seemed to single out Frank Haffey but eventually the fall-guy had his day.The building oozed a melancholy yet defiant air, cornered by an unforgiving landscape with which it refused to make any compromises.Another will place philanthropy on a pedestal and yet have a resentful, unforgiving spirit.In these hard and unforgiving times, some people have struggled as they've never had to before.
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