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Relentless adj. Unrelenting, oppressively constant.  relentlessly adv.Relieve v. (-ving) 1 bring or give relief to. 2 mitigate the tedium or monotony of. 3 release (a person) from a duty by acting as or providing a substitute. 4 (foll. By of) take (esp. A burden or duty) away from (a person).  relieve one's feelings use strong language or vigorous behaviour when annoyed. Relieve oneself urinate or defecate.  relieved adj. [latin relevo raise again, alleviate] rocroi Relive v. (-ving) live (an experience etc.) Over again, esp. In the imagination.Prong n. Each of two or more projecting pointed parts at the end of a fork etc. [origin unknown]Remake �v. (-king; past and past part. Remade) make again or differently. �n. Thing that has been remade, esp. A cinema film.Prop2 n. Colloq. = *property 3. [abbreviation]Promissory adj. Conveying or implying a promise. [medieval latin: related to *promise]Relieve v. (-ving) 1 bring or give relief to. 2 mitigate the tedium or monotony of. 3 release (a person) from a duty by acting as or providing a substitute. 4 (foll. By of) take (esp. A burden or duty) away from (a person).  relieve one's feelings use strong language or vigorous behaviour when annoyed. Relieve oneself urinate or defecate.  relieved adj. [latin relevo raise again, alleviate]Prong n. Each of two or more projecting pointed parts at the end of a fork etc. [origin unknown]Remake �v. (-king; past and past part. Remade) make again or differently. �n. Thing that has been remade, esp. A cinema film.




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