relentlessly


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re·lent·less

 (rĭ-lĕnt′lĭs)
adj.
1. Unyielding in severity or strictness; unrelenting: relentless persecution.
2. Steady and persistent; unremitting: a relentless drumbeat.

re·lent′less·ly adv.
re·lent′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.relentlessly - in a relentless mannerrelentlessly - in a relentless manner; "he worked relentlessly"
Translations
بصورةٍ قاسِيَه، بدون رأفَه
neoblomně
kiengesztelhetetlenül
vægîarlaust
neoblomne
acımasızcainsafsızca

relentlessly

[rɪˈlentlɪslɪ] ADV
1. (= heartlessly) → cruelmente, despiadadamente
2. (= persistently) → sin descanso
he presses on relentlesslyavanza implacable

relentlessly

[rɪˈlɛntləsli] adv
(= continuously) [rain] → sans discontinuer
The sun beat down relentlessly → Le soleil dardait implacablement ses rayons.
(= without giving up) [question, pursue] → implacablement

relentlessly

adv
(= uncompromisingly) oppose, maintainunnachgiebig
(= unrelentingly) hurt, rainunaufhörlich; to push relentlessly forwardunaufhaltsam vorwärtsdrängen
(= mercilessly)unerbittlich, erbarmungslos

relent

(rəˈlent) verb
to become less severe or unkind; to agree after refusing at first. At first she wouldn't let them go to the cinema, but in the end she relented.
reˈlentless adjective
without pity; not allowing anything to keep one from what one is doing or trying to do. The police fight a relentless battle against crime.
reˈlentlessly adverb
reˈlentlessness noun
References in classic literature ?
There is not a foot of space between the chairs of the guests, and Tamoszius is so short that he pokes them with his bow whenever he reaches over for the low notes; but still he presses in, and insists relentlessly that his companions must follow.
There is no school in all our land where the young ladies do not feel obliged to close their compositions with a sermon; and you will find that the sermon of the most frivolous and the least religious girl in the school is always the longest and the most relentlessly pious.
Rebecca, who knew nothing of their business affairs, merely saw her aunts grow more and more saving, pinching here and there, cutting off this and that relentlessly.
demanded Agatha, relentlessly continuing the torture.
Relentlessly they slaughtered elephants themselves as well as stealing ivory from the natives.
I kept thinking over everything that has been ever since Jonathan came to see me in London, and it all seems like a horrible tragedy, with fate pressing on relentlessly to some destined end.
Human beings--human children especially--seldom deny themselves the pleasure of exercising a power which they are conscious of possessing, even though that power consist only in a capacity to make others wretched; a pupil whose sensations are duller than those of his instructor, while his nerves are tougher and his bodily strength perhaps greater, has an immense advantage over that instructor, and he will generally use it relentlessly, because the very young, very healthy, very thoughtless, know neither how to sympathize nor how to spare.
She had not guessed how much it had become her own until she felt herself being drawn relentlessly by Bill's quiet, but implacable determination to have her leave it all behind.
It was this: I asked myself whether there was not in his soul some deep-rooted instinct of creation, which the circumstances of his life had obscured, but which grew relentlessly, as a cancer may grow in the living tissues, till at last it took possession of his whole being and forced him irresistibly to action.
He insisted relentlessly upon his heart, and upon seeing proofs of the interview.
It was a scheme conceived in a flash, and ever since relentlessly pursued, to burrow under Mary's influence with the boy, expose her to him in all her vagaries, take him utterly from her and make him mine.
But the felucca pursued them relentlessly, her crew firing at will.