unalleviated


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unalleviated

(ˌʌnəˈliːvɪˌeɪtɪd)
adj
not alleviated, assuaged, or mitigated
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I was beginning to relent towards my wretched partner; to pity his forlorn, comfortless condition, unalleviated as it is by the consolations of intellectual resources and the answer of a good conscience towards God; and to think I ought to sacrifice my pride, and renew my efforts once again to make his home agreeable and lead him back to the path of virtue; not by false professions of love, and not by pretended remorse, but by mitigating my habitual coldness of manner, and commuting my frigid civility into kindness wherever an opportunity occurred; and not only was I beginning to think so, but I had already begun to act upon the thought - and what was the result?
stressors) and a person's ability to successfully meet them (Fletcher, Hanton, & Mellalieu, 2006), is widely recognized as a factor that can encumber athletic performance when the disequilibrium is excessive, uncontrolled, or unalleviated (Sime, 2003).
1) Cured: The tympanic membrane did not congest after surgery, and purulent secretions in the external ear canal and otitis media symptoms disappeared; 2) remitted: the tympanic membrane still mildly congested after surgery, but purulent secretions in the external ear canal and otitis media symptoms were significantly mitigated; 3) ineffective: the tympanic membrane was still congested after surgery, and purulent se- cretions or clinical symptoms were unalleviated or even aggravated.
Unlike a number of Naipaul's earlier works of fiction that employed the concept of mimicry to probe the tragicomic failure of postcolonial island nations, including The Mystic Masseur (1957) and Miguel Street (1959), A Bend in the River offers an unremitting vision of human evil, unalleviated by humor or irony.
Ever-increasing levels of damage, aided by the methodology of economic rationalism, unalleviated by collateral benefits actually received, and aggravated by the inclusion of heads of damage that a claimant does not suffer assessed at 'commercial' rates.
Because the experiencing self does not have a way to communicate verbally to the remembering self what it would rather not relive, Boullosa's narrator can commit merciless acts of "miswanting" for the experiencing self, such as misrepresenting the school day as nearly unalleviated torture.
He noted many problems associated with establishments, and although religious persecution was one of these, he also cited the pride, sloth, and ignorance of the clergy, the apathy of the laity, unalleviated poverty, and several other ills.
The path of Islam was still the purely mystical path of doing one's utmost, unalleviated as yet by the establishment of a legal minimum.
The finances from the global donor will be beneficial for weak households, including dislocated poor people, marginalized or economically unalleviated households, widows and physically week persons.
74) Eight of the twelve poets had been included in either Winning or its sequel Demilitarized Zones, and every single one of them approached their writings about the war with the same penetrating honesty of those earlier works, that unflinching "gaze falling on horror, withstanding it, and in unalleviated consciousness of negativity holding fast to the possibility of what is better.
That concordance had not been achieved, and the president's intense dissatisfaction was unalleviated, was evident in his issuing orders that same day mandating the organization of the Army of the Potomac into a corps configuration.
Lavinia, "her glistening eyes cast down" (31), submitted to the obligation, continuing unalleviated into the fifteenth century, for women to enter into marriages tailored to the multi-generational purposes of men.