No quarter

The phrase no quarter was generally used during military conflict to imply combatants would not be taken prisoner, but killed.

According to some modern American dictionaries a person who is given no quarter is "not treated kindly" or "treated in a very harsh way".[1][2]

  1. ^ "Collins Dictionary".
  2. ^ "Merriam-Webster Dictionary".

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