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unrelenting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrelentingun‧re‧lent‧ing /ˌʌnrɪˈlentɪŋ◂/ adjective formal  1 CONTINUOUSan unpleasant situation that is unrelenting continues for a long time without stopping syn relentless the unrelenting pressures of the job2 continuing to do something in a determined way without thinking about anyone else’s feelings syn relentless an unrelenting opponent
Examples from the Corpus
unrelentingHis breathing was frightful and the unrelenting ache in his legs grew harsher with every stride.The unrelenting air attack on the country continued.The point is unrelenting and sharp.The relief efforts have been hindered by unrelenting bad weather.Not even my occasional corporate consulting was good enough cover for my unrelenting commitment.They also complain that they are the targets of an unrelenting federal assault.unrelenting headachesThis was due to poor buildings, old machinery and accumulation of mental and physical fatigue because of the unrelenting nature of the activity.Eck was Luther's most unrelenting opponent and he is buried in the Minster.Everyone at the office works at an unrelenting pace.The unrelenting pressures of the job started to affect her health.The unrelenting question is, Why?Due in part to unrelenting rain throughout the month, drivers have put in only about 9,000 laps during practice.
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