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unalleviated

Syllabification: un·al·le·vi·at·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈlēvēˌādəd
 
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Definition of unalleviated in English:

adjective

Not alleviated; relentless: a time of unalleviated misery
More example sentences
  • Do you have any idea what it is like to be in constant, unalleviated pain?
  • In one study, 80% of general surgical adult patients reported satisfaction, yet 25% reported moderate, severe, or unbearable unalleviated pain.
  • But her vocals, even on talking-blues songs like ‘Sweet Side’ and ‘Righteously’, reveal a woman living through all the messy frustration and unalleviated desire she's singing about.

Words that rhyme with unalleviated

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