unrelieved


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not lessened or diminished

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I had all my money about me (having never let it out of my own possession during my stay in the red-brick house), and there was plenty of it for the present; so I thought it best to leave the alarm and distress of my anxious relatives unrelieved for a little while longer, and to return quietly to the perusal of the
The Major saw what Benjamin's slower perception had not yet discovered--that my fortitude was beginning to sink under the unrelieved oppression of suspense.
The Coldwater was fully equipped for two months' patrolling--the ordinary length of assignment to this service--and a month had already passed, its monotony entirely unrelieved by sight of another craft, when the first of our misfortunes befell.
The uniformity of the colouring gives an extreme quietness to the view, -- the whitish grey of the quartz rock, and the light brown of the withered grass of the plain, being unrelieved by any brighter tint.
She stood, a frail and passive vessel into which the other went on pouring all the accumulated dislike for all her pupils, her scorn of all her employers (the ducal one included), the accumulated resentment, the infinite hatred of all these unrelieved years of--I won't say hypocrisy.
The truth was, that while his person had been numbed by the shock, his susceptibility to apprehension kept his agitated mind in unrelieved distress.
Cheerless and comfortless, boastfully and doggedly rich, there the room stared at its present occupants, unsoftened and unrelieved by the least trace of any womanly occupation.
For whichsoever reason, or for all, he drooped his devoted head when the boy was gone, and shrank together on the floor, and grovelled there, with the palms of his hands tight-clasping his hot temples, in unutterable misery, and unrelieved by a single tear.
When a patient presents with low back pain, the single most important question to ask is this: Are you having nocturnal pain or pain that's unrelieved by rest?
A 58-year-old man, who had used cocaine and other illicit drugs in the past, had mild, intermittent exertional chest discomfort for 2 weeks followed by severe, prolonged chest pain, which began while he was dancing and was unrelieved by rest.
It's the result of unrelieved obstructed labor-the kind of labor that if a woman was giving birth in the United States or another industrialized developed country would likely have a C-section, and she wouldn't end up with a fistula.
After 101 days of almost unrelieved misery in 13 matches and three separate cricket formats across eight Australian cities, the tour was, mercifully, over.
12, 1492, is no longer a cause for celebration, but marks the opening chapter in a tale of European exploitation of native peoples, a tale of almost unrelieved misery, misunderstanding, disease, enslavement and the plundering of gold and other natural resources at the point of the sword.
Acute, unrelieved post-operative pain is a frequent reason for delayed discharge and can drastically complicate patient recovery.
There was one miracle when Reshma Begum was pulled out alive after being buried for 17 days, but the rest is unrelieved agony.