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unremitting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunremittingun‧re‧mit‧ting /ˌʌnrɪˈmɪtɪŋ◂/ adjective formal  CONTINUE/NOT STOPcontinuing for a long time and not likely to stop unremitting povertyunremittingly adverb
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unremittingNothing stirred, save involuntarily from the impact of unremitting bombardment.The Socratic method, coupled with unremitting hedonism, will see you through until I get there, my dearest Carrie.The group faced unremitting hostility from the FBI.Symptoms were chronically severe and unremitting in 17 patients.Of course, the fourteen years since she had moved into the Bayswater house had not been years of unremitting misery and depression.Against the glass the unremitting rain pounded.And shortly, in her armies' unremitting retreat, the great fortress of Przemysl was abandoned to siege.But 31-year-old Damon Wayans grew up in a household where the unremitting rule was get funny or get ignored.Local gentry and landowners found the gang's exploits so expensive and unremitting that measures had to be taken to apprehend them.
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