- incessant; never slackening
- 1818, Mary Shelley, chapter 4, in Frankenstein:
- These thoughts supported my spirits, while I pursued my undertaking with unremitting ardour.
- 1961: J. A. Philip. Mimesis in the Sophistês of Plato. In: Proceedings and Transactions of the American Philological Association 92. p. 467.
- We can achieve this god‐likeness only by unremitting and strenuous effort of the intellect.
- 2011, Patrick Spedding; James Lambert, “Fanny Hill, Lord Fanny, and the Myth of Metonymy”, in Studies in Philology, volume 108, number 1, page 114:
- In fact, eighteenth-century British erotica has been the subject of unremitting attention for the last two decades.