- refusing to yield or relent; inflexible; relentless
- without mercy or compassion
- not relaxing or slackening, as in effort, speed, etc.
- An example of something unrelenting is an SWAT team moving through a group of violent protestors.
- An example of something unrelenting is an illness that continues to make someone more sick.
The definition of unrelenting is something that never slows down or never gives up or has no mercy.
- Having or exhibiting uncompromising determination; unyielding: an unrelenting human rights worker.
- Not diminishing in intensity, pace, or effort: an unrelenting ice storm.
(comparative more unrelenting, superlative most unrelenting)
- Since its inception, the company's mission has been "to reach new heights in customer satisfaction through ongoing innovation, quality products, unmatched after-sales service, and an unrelenting focus on customer needs."
- Of Spain and afterwards for many more the object of his unrelenting hostility, was by birth an Aragonese.
- The king dead, the months from January to May 1793 were spent in an unrelenting struggle between Marat and the Girondins.
- Joachim's attitude towards the teaching of Martin Luther which had already won many adherents in the electorate, was one of unrelenting hostility.
- During his stay in New Orleans he proclaimed martial law, and carried out his measures with unrelenting sternness, banishing from the town a judge who attempted resistance.