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Example Sentences for "relentless"

We must be relentless in our demands for a fair contractThe company is relentless in its search for profits, and will obviously do whatever is necessary to make more money.

We must be relentless in our demands for a fair contract.

Boxer Jake LaMotta was known as a raging bull for his fierce, relentless fighting style.

The team fought relentlessly to overcome a two-goal deficit, and win the game.

The children questioned us relentlessly about the countries we would be visiting during our European holiday.

The rain fell relentlessly for the entire time we were on holiday.

After refusing to teach me to drive for months, my dad finally relented and said he'd do it.

We won't be able to go canoeing tomorrow unless this wind relents a little.

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.

He couldn't take the relentless pressure of his sales job so he quit.

Mother Teresa worked relentlessly on behalf of the poor in Calcutta.

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.

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.

William Gladstone once remarked that the heated mind resents the chill touch and relentless scrutiny of logic.


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