relentlessness


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mercilessness characterized by an unwillingness to relent or let up

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A few hours in and the relentlessness of the race began to take its toll, so Matthew chose to have a second sleep.
Her good sense of humour helps combat any hurdles to her learning, showing a relentlessness that will stand her in good stead in her future.
We are very happy with the hard and high-quality work they have done for us and for the relentlessness in their efforts to see a transaction through until closing.
In his opinion, with such statements, "arguments are added toward Skopje's relentlessness, historically inaccurate suppositions about Skopje's Macedonianism are reinforced and the national position assumed in April 1993 is undermined".
The relentlessness of microbes, and the unintended results of human activity, also fuel the spread of and worry over Zika virus, as Meghan Rosen reports on Page 16.
It's one of the things he says has surprised him about English football, its relentlessness.
A discipline strong enough to stare down the relentlessness of it: row after row, field after field, day after day, week after week; rain, snow, cold.
As impressive as Adil Rashid was with the ball, it was Cook's relentlessness with the bat that made the biggest impact and will leave a huge scar on Pakistan ahead of Dubai.
As impressive as Adil Rashid's turnaround was with the ball, it was Cook's relentlessness with the bat that made the biggest impact in the match and will leave a huge scar on Pakistan as they all head to Dubai.
I wanted the audience to feel the relentlessness of the situation, but didn't want them to have relentless bleeding of their ears.
The album is propelled by that relentlessness and by the artist's own fearlessness.
For those who argue that global capitalism is in the midst of a second Gilded Age, Canadian novelist Stephen Marche's second novel (after Raymond and Hannah) offers an intriguing genre-crossing allegory for the rapacity and relentlessness of that economic philosophy.
They have told me this, but the sheer relentlessness of it had never registered.
Karachi, a seaside metropolis and marred by continued violence of over two decades, did not see any relentlessness here in the month of Holy Ramadan even.
The relentlessness of the ghastly images and their growing repetitions bring to mind the call and response of a Catholic liturgy, albeit one transfigured by Nazism's mass graves.