/ˌʌn rɪˈlɛn tɪŋ/
; not yielding or swerving in determination or resolution, as of or from opinions, convictions, ambitions, ideals, etc.; inflexible:
an unrelenting opponent of the Equal Rights Amendment.
not easing or slackening in severity:
an unrelenting rain.
maintaining speed, effort, vigor, intensity, rate of advance, etc.:
an unrelenting attack.
relentless, merciless, unmerciful, ruthless, pitiless, cruel, remorseless.
unremitting, implacable, inexorable.
refusing to relent or take pity; relentless; merciless
not diminishing in determination, speed, effort, force, etc
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Fashion is a cruel and apparently unrelenting master.
The year is ending in a mood of unrelenting pessimism.
The sheer wildness of the place, the profusion of seabirds, and its unrelenting beauty would qualify the place easily.
But this was immediately after it had been primed to bloom by baking in unrelenting direct sun in the parking lot of a box store.
The indignities have been unrelenting at times, but they have never outweighed the excellent aspects of being a science professor.
Staggering financial losses have required unrelenting expense reductions to restore profitability.
The task ahead in waging war against global terrorism will be long and arduous and will require unrelenting resolve.
All summer, the city has been taunting tourists and residents both with foggy day after unrelenting foggy day.
Squat dwellings built to shelter shady characters from the unrelenting sun.
They speak of unrelenting self-absorption, even by the standards of a politician.
What started as a way to make some easy money has turned out to be an unrelenting slog with little financial reward.
First there's the voice, unrelenting in its efforts to get right under your skin.
She fought unrelenting cancer with courage, strength and grace.
Unrelenting pressure is applied to convince companies to sign up.
But the unrelenting violence has been creeping across our southern border for years.
His pursuit of knowledge and understanding was unrelenting.
He and his henchmen owed these riches to unrelenting graft.
And it leaves him all alone in the clammy stillness of a frightened cow-town to shoot it out with the unrelenting toughs.
But it was merely a last breath of air before an unrelenting choke hold of war and violence.
The book is possessed by an immeasurable, unrelenting despair.
It was a perfect balm, after a season of unrelenting scorn and derision.
Come upon irregularly and unexpectedly, his pictures punctuated galleries of nearly unrelenting greatness.
Presidential leadership, daily and unrelenting, is needed.
And it is unrelenting, the invective interrupted only by the occasional flash of bitter wit.