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noun as in stubbornness
An early test of this approach occurred in 1999, when relentless erosion of the North Carolina shoreline forced the National Park Service to move the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and Keeper’s Quarters about a half-mile inland.
As a player and a coach, he advocated the same relentless style of play he learned from Auerbach.
His relentless hustling led him to a job as a staff songwriter with a Nashville publishing company.
I can be noisy and I can be relentless, but I don’t always convince my colleagues.
Engineers, facing relentless deadlines, rarely spend meaningful time with people on the sharp end of their code.
Spader, so intense and riveting last year as Red, has lost some of that unyielding relentlessness.
The bloodletting in Syria has unfolded with deliberate relentlessness.
I think a good book where you get a good sense of who this character is, his relentlessness.
And the novel, like the movie, moves forward with a delightful relentlessness.
This is a novel about sexual deviance, relentlessness, and desire.
Uncouth and buffeted as his withered figure may have been, it still represented the relentlessness of the Law.
Outside the snow was still falling with quiet relentlessness.
Roman relentlessness was roused to its fullest rage, and accomplished against them the destruction of prophecy.
It irritated him to fall from his usual relentlessness of common sense into a melting mood.
It gave me an impression of immovability, of patient and methodical relentlessness that was disheartening.
On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relentlessness, such as: bullheadedness, contumacy, doggedness, grimness, indomitability, and inexorability.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.