- not remitted, as a debt.
- unpardoned, as a sin.
- steadily maintained; uninterrupted; constant: He gave the matter his unremitted attention.
Origin of unremitted
1640–50; un-1 + remitted
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Examples from the Web for unremitted
But his attention to a friend and guest of Vich Ian Vohr was anxious and unremitted.Waverley
Sir Walter Scott
To avoid debt there must be a determined and unremitted effort to resist.Usury
My most unremitted attention has been devoted to our business.Historic Inventions
Rupert S. Holland
Can I believe my royal father so great and good, when I have so long witnessed his unremitted unkindness to my neglected mother?
The measure is a wise one, and my attention to it shall be unremitted.
Word Origin and History for unremitted
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