- 01. The company is [relentless] in its search for profits, and will obviously do whatever is necessary to make more money.02. We must be [relentless] in our demands for a fair contract.03. Boxer Jake LaMotta was known as a raging bull for his fierce, [relentless] fighting style.04. The team fought [relentlessly] to overcome a two-goal deficit, and win the game.05. The children questioned us [relentlessly] about the countries we would be visiting during our European holiday.06. The rain fell [relentlessly] for the entire time we were on holiday.07. After refusing to teach me to drive for months, my dad finally [relented] and said he'd do it.08. We won't be able to go canoeing tomorrow unless this wind [relents] a little.09. Her parents didn't want her to go camping with her boyfriend but they eventually [relented] when she told them his parents were going with them.10. He couldn't take the [relentless] pressure of his sales job so he quit.11. Mother Teresa worked [relentlessly] on behalf of the poor in Calcutta.12. Race car driver Mario Andretti once said that desire is the key to motivation, but it's determination and commitment to an [unrelenting] pursuit of your goal, a commitment to excellence, that will enable you to attain the success you seek.13. Pearl S. Buck wrote, "Nothing and no one can destroy the Chinese people. They are [relentless] survivors. They are the oldest civilized people on Earth."14. William Gladstone once remarked that the heated mind resents the chill touch and [relentless] scrutiny of logic.
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