relentless


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And while telephony for the masses is not yet a live question in many countries, sooner or later, in the relentless push of civilization, it must come.
a Relentless fate, an endless woe; Don Quixote's tears are on the flow, And all for distant Dulcinea Del Toboso.
It is easy to see you have never loved," replied the councillor, with a look that was pitifully comic; "you are as relentless as article 304 of the penal code.
In a great district they were already known for their relentless cruelty and their greed for ivory.
This familiar that I called out of my own soul, and sent forth alone to do his good pleasure, was a being inherently malign and villainous; his every act and thought centered on self; drinking pleasure with bestial avidity from any degree of torture to another; relentless like a man of stone.
When Ming Huang bade the masterful eunuch Kao Li-shih unlace the poet's boots, he gave him a relentless enemy whose malice pursued him, until at length he was glad to beg leave to retire from the court, where he was never at ease and to which he never returned.
Fear, that relentless pursuer, clogged Dantes' efforts.
Some talked of gray, bewhiskered hordes who were advancing with relentless curses and chewing tobacco with unspeakable valor; tremendous bodies of fierce soldiery who were sweeping along like the Huns.
He was a relentless enemy, that damned cardinal," continued Aramis, glancing at the portrait of the old minister.
I seem to recognize in him one of those characters who, sensitive enough themselves, are selfishly relentless towards the sensitiveness of others.
You keep us here at the ships against our will; if you are so relentless it were better we went home over the sea.
She therefore returned, at the risk even of losing her life in the way, to that train of ideas which her relentless friend had forced her to pursue.