unrelentingly

[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪlˈɛntɪŋli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a relentless manner
    he worked relentlessly
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How To Use unrelentingly In A Sentence

  • The Brazilian wilderness provided images for nature in its ferocious, unrelentingly brutal aspect.
  • Since the 1973 OPEC oil embargo, U.S. Presidents and congressional leaders have unrelentingly promoted energy independence.
  • The guerrilla campaign of mass violence continued unrelentingly on Sunday.
  • The climb continued unrelentingly well into dusk all the way to the Sultana estate, where our second night's stay had been arranged.
  • But for my American palate, the combination of endive and frisée was too unrelentingly bitter.
  • On the other hand it is perpetually polluted, unrelentingly crowded, the weather is atrocious and the roads are horrific.
  • Throughout the essentially tender tale of the brothers reacquaintance, swamp-life in the lumber mill is unrelentingly savage.
  • Yet refuge personnel have been unrelentingly doing all they can to help revegetate the remaining islands, with good results: brown pelicans and other birds have returned to nest successfully in recent years. Jamie Rappaport Clark: Coastal Refuges Face Destruction
  • If this all sounds unrelentingly grim I promise you it isn't.
  • A wonderful message indeed, considering that Mr. Sullivan himself was the chief architect of that inquisitory foray, which he pressed unrelentingly. What Sarah Palin Doesn't Know
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