||[Nov. 23rd, 2012|11:07 pm]
Explain the difference between 'relentlessly' and 'unrelenting.' Use both in one sentence.|
Adverb and adjective, respectively.
My smartassery is relentlessly unrelenting.
Edited at 2012-11-24 07:12 am (UTC)
That big jerk meanie face was unrelenting in his disparagement of my cooking skills.
She such a chatterbox; she talks relentlessly until you want to throw yourself in front of a motorboat.
Edited at 2012-11-24 07:10 am (UTC)
lol I think these were the best sentence examples
There's a trivial difference between the post's contents and a question—which isn't dependent on punctuation, anyway, thanks to language's fluidity.
I'm glad you brought it anyway, though! Honestly, I'm not sure what we'd do if you left.
What did you eat for lunch?
There is no "Imperative Club," sadly.
Relentlessly has ... I forget the word now, it's not quite like implication ... anyway, relentlessly:repeatedly (S/he relentlessly pursued the bartender, asking for a date every day for months.); unrelenting:continuous/constant (Our 8 hour trip was accompanied by my dog's unrelenting howls.)
She relentlessly followed her dreams.
Her drive to follow her dreams was unrelenting.
Maybe? I fail