unrelievedly


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un·re·lieved

 (ŭn′rĭ-lēvd′)
adj.
1. Not relieved: unrelieved itching.
2. Continuous or unvarying: unrelieved gloom.

un′re·liev′ed·ly (-lē′vĭd-lē) adv.

unrelievedly

(ˌʌnrɪˈliːvɪdlɪ)
adv
in an unrelieved manner
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Today Central Americans live with the highest homicide rates in the world, vicious gangs number in the tens of thousands of young men, unemployment is high and the Spanish-heritage "leadership" is almost unrelievedly corrupt and cruel.
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be unrelievedly miserable, wracked by pain throughout its life.
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