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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelentlessre‧lent‧less /rɪˈlentləs/ ●○○ adjective  1 STRICTstrict, cruel, or determined, without ever stopping her relentless determination to succeed a regime that was relentless in its persecution of dissidents2 CONTINUOUSsomething bad that is relentless continues without ever stopping or getting less severe syn endless the relentless crying of a small baby a family facing relentless financial problemsrelentlessly adverb He questioned her relentlessly.
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relentlessHer critiques were relentless but revealing.Each keiretsu has representative companies in all these areas and pursues new growth sectors with relentless enthusiasm.Its history has a message for evolution: that the existence of any creature is a constant struggle against relentless forces.The few communications which do receive full attention normally achieve this through a combination of chance, inside information and relentless harrassment.Uncle Khan was a landlord with a relentless passion for raw, hard numbers.relentless population growthA culture of isolation and relentless profit pressure had taken its toll.Ridge's success is due to a relentless pursuit of perfection.All around me, the bare walls expanded and converged into a relentless stretch of white.Hugh felt the relentless sun on his back.
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