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- adv. In a relentless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a relentless manner; without pity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a relentless manner
We have one message coming in relentlessly from the Republicans, that Obama and all his policies stink – and we have the fractious Dems who can't manage to say a darn thing in unison to support the President and his policies.
The Obama and McCain teams both used the term relentlessly during the campaign because it's a compelling one-word slogan that resonates with optimism and positive energy.
His plan is to get rid of the old guard, all of whom have been invited to the celebration, and then drive the title relentlessly downmarket in a ferocious cover-price war.
The ACLU is like a dog with a bone; following the relentless logic of collective action coordination failures, it will remain relentlessly focused, gnawing away, and those it seeks to play will be diverted and disorganized in their responses.
Guard play was key to the Wildcats 'success as Denis Clemente pushed the ball relentlessly from the point and Jacob Pullen was capable of catching fire at any moment.
The Hurt Locker is a grass roots film, the producer has probably had to promote it relentlessly from the beginning - even get it seen.
For instance, Sitsa Karaiskakis, a prominent propagandist for women of the Metaxas regime, preached relentlessly from the pages of the youth journal, Neolaia, about the importance of awakening in women '... the desire for family, as this is the holy source of the National Renaissance ....
Conservatives complain relentlessly that they do not get a fair shake in the university, and they want parity -- that is, more conservatives on faculties.
Institutions poor and weak enough to be moved by a $20,000 carrot recite the bank's name relentlessly to their audiences.
When all else fails and you are left with no other choices but junk, read labels relentlessly and remember that some forms of junk are still better than others.
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