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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrelievedun‧re‧lieved /ˌʌnrɪˈliːvd◂/ adjective  CONTINUOUSan unpleasant situation that is unrelieved continues for a long time because nothing happens to change it unrelieved pain
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unrelievedIt also makes Ministry seem to have a sense of humor, rather than unrelieved anger and alienation.He rolled across the grass and lay for a minute in total, unrelieved darkness, the wind roaring in his ears.Together, the noise and the unrelieved discomfort conspired to prevent anything more than the briefest escape into sleep.The atmosphere was one of unrelieved hostility toward the defendants.Perhaps, because the film was so unrelieved, I tended to be dismissive of its power.Some children spent their entire schooldays in unrelieved misery.The people have suffered decades of unrelieved poverty.
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