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relentless
used in A Thousand Acres

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Definition
to continue without stopping in an extreme manner — often of something that is harsh or oppressive
  • The wind and the high June sun were relentless.
    p. 99.6
  • "The word 'relentless' was coined to describe you, Jess," said Rose.
    p. 10.7
  • The weather was relentless, and I didn't look forward to the hot night to come.
    p. 94.7
  • When he broke her arm, by knocking or pushing her down in the bathroom (I was never quite able to picture it when she told me) so that she fell on her wrist on the tile floor, she was relentless.
    p. 141.5

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