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unrelentingness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality or state of being unrelenting; severity; inexorableness.

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  • noun The quality of being unrelenting.

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Examples

  • The fact that he has moved his family from Croydon to Swansea in order to be nominated is proof of his unrelentingness and commitment.

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  • The fact that he has moved his family from Croydon to Swansea in order to be nominated is proof of his unrelentingness and commitment.

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  • Godfrey knew all this, and felt it with the greater force because he had constantly suffered annoyance from witnessing his father's sudden fits of unrelentingness, for which his own habitual irresolution deprived him of all sympathy.

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  • Christianity with the unrelentingness of an Indian.

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  • Godfrey knew all this, and felt it with the greater force because he had constantly suffered annoyance from witnessing his father's sudden fits of unrelentingness, for which his own habitual irresolution deprived him of all sympathy.

    Silas Marner (1885)

  • Godfrey knew all this, and felt it with the greater force because he had constantly suffered annoyance from witnessing his father's sudden fits of unrelentingness, for which his own habitual irresolution deprived him of all sympathy.

    Silas Marner

  • Mutual injuries, dissimulation on both sides, and causes of jealousy on the part of Elizabeth from which all her advantages over her captive enemy had not served to set her free, now, as ever, opposed the conclusion of any terms of agreement; and the imprudent and violent conduct of Mary served to confirm Elizabeth in her unrelentingness.

    Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth

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