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relentless (adj.)

"incapable of relenting, unmoved by pity, unpitying, insensible to the distress of others," 1590s, from relent + -less. Related: Relentlessly; relentlessness. Relenting is from 1590s as a present-participle adjective, "inclined to relent; too easily moved." For a noun for the group, relentment "act or state of relenting" (1620s) has been tried.

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Definitions of relentless

relentless (adj.)
not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty;
relentless persecution
relentless (adj.)
never-ceasing;
the relentless beat of the drums
Synonyms: persistent / unrelenting
From wordnet.princeton.edu