Unrelenting (adjective)

Not becoming less severe or intense.

Origin:

From the prefix "un-" meaning "not" and the verb "relent" meaning "to become less severe or intense".

Examples:

  1. The heat wave was unrelenting, and there was no relief in sight.
  2. The pain was unrelenting, and she couldn't get any sleep.
  3. The storm was unrelenting, causing widespread destruction.
  4. The enemy's attack was unrelenting, and we had to retreat.
  5. The politician's criticism was unrelenting and it was hard for him to gain any supporters.
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