unrelentingly

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv unrelentingly in a relentless manner "he worked relentlessly"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: There have been several documented cases of women giving birth to twins who had different fathers, including cases where the children were of different races. To do so, the mother had to have conceived both children in close proximity. There has also been one recent case where a mother gave birth to unrelated "twins." In that instance, the mother underwent in vitro fertilization and had her own child and the embryo of another couple accidentally implanted in her.
    • unrelentingly In an unrelenting manner; harshly; inexorably.
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Quotations

  • Stan Smith
    Stan Smith
    “When you walk on a court, clear your mind of everything unrelated to the goal of playing the match as well as you can.”

Usage

In literature:

Mosby's unrelenting aggressiveness caused the Northern generals much annoyance and perplexity.
"History and Comprehensive Description of Loudoun County, Virginia" by James W. Head
Observe, therefore, that Art is not satisfied with mere unrelated beauty of form or color.
"Pen Drawing" by Charles Maginnis
Compassion was but a vain word before that unrelenting destiny.
"Tales Of Hearsay" by Joseph Conrad
So, too, a man's general view of the world is often unrelated to his daily habits of life.
"Illusions" by James Sully
The impassible face that looked down upon her seemed the very personification of unrelenting justice.
"Clemence" by Retta Babcock
He was furious with his wife, refused to see her for a long time, and treated her with unrelenting coldness.
"The Wits and Beaux of Society" by Grace Wharton and Philip Wharton
We argued with Terry but he was unrelenting.
"Football Days" by William H. Edwards
There is no law so unrelenting as that of compensation.
"The Spinster Book" by Myrtle Reed
The ugliness of the man, however, is unrelated to the qualities of the bust.
"Donatello" by David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford
The story of modern Baltimore is entirely unrelated to the city's early history.
"American Adventures" by Julian Street
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In poetry:

Ye who have felt the bitter pang
Of unrelenting grief,
Tell me, when Friendship never sprang
To offer you relief?
"Friendship" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
Still I vow with patient duty
Thus to meet your proudest scorn;
You for unrelenting beauty,
I for constant love was born.
"Songs" by Anna Laetitia Aikin Barbauld
The tender sinking tribe she caught,
But ah! she caught too late!
More rapid, than her generous thought,
Was unrelenting fate.
"The Halcyon" by William Hayley
For ever, Fortune, wilt thou prove
An unrelenting foe to love,
And when we meet a mutual heart
Come in between, and bid us part;
"To Fortune" by James Thomson
And when you came,
Three nights had I in dust and ashes lain
Before my God and wept--aye, and at times
Arraigned my maker, raged, and cursed myself
And the whole world, and to Christianity
Swore unrelenting hate.
"Nathan The Wise - Act IV" by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
I could not throw him, living, in my fierceness and my faith;
And to-day I find no courage that will rid me of his wraith.
With lean ribs lashed by terror, with flanks that fear makes red
I carry through the ranges the Unrelenting Dead.
"The Outlaw" by William Henry Ogilvie

In news:

Torii Hunter joins Tigers' unrelenting quest for World Series ring.
Woman pleads guilty to credit card theft, unrelated burglary.
A Bellevue woman was convicted of a credit card theft and an unrelated burglary Monday.
Explosion at battery research facility 'unrelated to the Chevrolet Volt.
Obama is unrelenting about touting various parts of his jobs bill.
Some unrelated short items for PARIS HILTON and anyone else with A.D.D.
One thing few may mention about Mean Girls is that it could have been unrelentingly terrible.
Margaret Sanchez charge unrelated to dancer's killing.
Zimmerman Judge to Hear 'Stand Your Ground ' Claim in Unrelated Case.
Meteorologists are calling this week's 90 degree temperatures an "unrelenting heat wave.".
The unrelenting hot temperatures have triggered another call for energy conservation.
Actually three separate and unrelated incidents with a common thread all involved a Coopers Hawk.
Rob Burton believes that chief acquisition officers have too much unrelated work to do.
Prosecutors said the cases were strikingly similar, but appeared to be unrelated.
Two nursing home workers arrested in unrelated cases.
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In science:

These two seemingly unrelated concepts have in fact something in common.
Rooted trees, strong cofinality and ample generics
The tight clumping in the proper motion vector point diagram (VPD) of stars in the MSTO feature was used to de fine a selection box in proper motion space which should contain any Sgr debris that is present in each field, an d eliminate a good fraction of unrelated stars of similar color and magnitude.
Kinematics and Chemistry of Stars Along the Sagittarius Trailing Tidal Tail and Constraints on the Milky Way Mass Distribution
Similarly a pre-quench eigenstate |ψ0 i with a large IPR in terms of the local basis will be strongly affected by the quench in the sense that it is unrelated to any eigenstate of the post-quench eigenbasis, and so will have a large IPR in terms of this basis.
Quench Dynamics in Randomly Generated Extended Quantum Models
This somewhat restrictive feature has the benefit of fruitful connections to other, seemingly unrelated fields: the random resistor networks and gradient fields.
Recent progress on the Random Conductance Model
Let us close this introduction by briefly mentioning two unrelated instances where one speaks of localization and of randomization in the study of quantum walks and which are not discussed in this paper.
Dynamical Localization for d-Dimensional Random Quantum Walks
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