unremittent

unremittent

(ˌʌnrɪˈmɪtənt)
adj
steady; persistent
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Neither a total unity nor feelings unremittent are captured within the standard definition of love.
When the Republican Party of the 19th century cut its deal to end Reconstruction and concentrate on winning the white vote, it launched the Gilded Age and the unremittent growth of inequality that collapsed in the Great Depression.
While it is important to identify and treat new symptoms, it is perhaps even more important to attend to persistent symptoms that are unremittent, especially with treatment."