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  • adj. relentless


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un- +‎ alleviated


  • His thoughts turned black with a hate unalleviated by the distance of years.

    Earl of Durkness

  • If unalleviated, existential boredom can lead to a state of complete indifference or even revulsion toward the world, such as that described by the Roman statesman and philosopher Seneca: How long will things be the same?

    Accidie? Ennui? Sigh . . .

  • For such a one as Octavian, the unalleviated company of military men like his senior legates for months on end would have driven him mad.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • This is all on the surface, but beneath and better than this is a kindness which leaves no stranger to a sense of loneliness, no want uncared for, and no sorrow unalleviated.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The Mahrkagir of Drujan wore no crown, no diadem, no badge of office; only black, unalleviated save for the worn silver brocade on his coat.

    Kushiel's Avatar

  • Prolonged, protracted, unalleviated stress is the kind that raises LDL cholesterol as it pumps in the stress hormones that may cause negative changes in the blood vessels.

    Healing the Female Heart

  • From the point I had now reached until opium was wholly abandoned, that is, for a month or more, my condition may be described by the single phrase, intolerable and almost unalleviated wretchedness.

    The Opium Habit

  • But no where has the system been exhibited in its native unalleviated deformity, as in Spain, Portugal and their South

    Fox's Book of Martyrs Or A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive Protestant Martyrs

  • It was a grey stone house, low and solid, its bareness unalleviated by any grace of ornament or structure, and its two long rows of windows gazed out resignedly at a tame prospect.

    Amabel Channice

  • Like a wise guardian-angel she remembers on these occasions that he is only a man, and that men in their unwisdom may grow impatient of unalleviated guardian-angelhood; he will by and by discover his error, and she can bide her time.

    Robert Browning


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