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use "unrequited" in a sentence

She appears to suffer an unrequited love for the dead man.

It is claimed that she had a considerable influence over many men from her circle, that Pete Shelley wrote the Buzzcocks song "What Do I Get?" as an expression of unrequited love for her, and that she inspired most of Howard Devoto's early
unremitting attacks are impressively constructed, and even entertaining in their lacerating cynicism.

In the meanwhile, the Navy battled by day and night against the unremitting kamikaze offensive.

But, unremitting storms, indecisiveness of leaders and poor seamanship all combined to prevent an invasion.

In early January, the last of a series of three operations caused an unremitting peritonitis to set in and spread, from which he died.

Perhaps I should say at this point that the story was in no way one of unremitting gloom and doom.

Paul Ormerod, an economist, points out, "The economic success of East Asia has liberated millions of people from lives of unremitting drudgery and toil, and has sharply reduced world income inequality."

Horns Unlimited positively percolates with blazing horns, unremitting pulsating contemporary rhythms buoyed by the ethereal and voice-like overtones of the horns.

"If there are still any who knew him, or if he has any descendants, they should be proud to know that he was a man of great goodness and that without such decent people the hardships of those days would have been unremitting."

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