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unremitting

Saltos de línea: un|re¦mit¦ting
Pronunciación: /ʌnrɪˈmɪtɪŋ
 
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Definición de unremitting en inglés:

adjetivo

Never relaxing or slackening; incessant: unremitting drizzle
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He achieved what he did by unremitting hard work.
  • That sounds far too much like hard unremitting work to me.
  • If the time had dragged this would have been a hard job, unremitting and tedious.
Sinónimos

Derivados

unremittingly

1
adverbio
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Both had stupendously good design on the boxes, which was a welcome relief from the unremittingly banal nature of most modern cigarette packaging, which seem to aim for the visual ingenuity of floor polish containers.
  • In Perthshire last week, where it rained heavily and unremittingly for three days, familiar landmarks disappeared under huge lochs; tiny burns acquired the status of boiling rivers, and side roads developed a mini tidal race.
  • Sean seems unremittingly unpleasant long after he is supposed to be redeemed by the yearning crush he has on dreamy, mixed-up Lauren who quirkily gets around campus on a skateboard.

unremittingness

2
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Again, though, it's the very unremittingness of the vision that forces us to confront an unpalatable truth and in that, many willing to go along may find a strange sort of comfort.
  • She felt totally lost in the face of the unremittingness of Olivia.
  • To fulfill the dream of spaceflight which was held by all the Chinese people, the aeronauticians had worked with perseverance and unremittingness for 11 years.

Palabras que riman con unremitting

fitting, sitting, unbefitting, witting

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