Definition of Relented

1. Verb. (past of relent) ¹



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Definition of Relented

1. relent [v] - See also: relent

Relented Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relented

relegalized
relegalizes
relegalizing
relegate
relegated
relegates
relegating
relegation
relegation zone
relegation zones
relegations
relend
relending
relends
relent
relented (current term)
relenting
relentless
relentlessly
relentlessness
relentment
relentments
relents
relessee
relessees
relessor
relessors
relet
relets
reletter

Literary usage of Relented

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1. Sixty Years in California: A History of Events and Life in California by William Heath Davis (1889)
"A Harsh Sentence relented—A Mark of Credit to Fremont—A Reflection by Native Californians upon the Mexicans and ..."

2. The Theological Review: A Quarterly Journal of Religious Thought and Life by Charles Beard (1867)
"Meantime the infant came into the world, and was taken home by its grandmother, whose heart must have relented towards Margaret also, and given her a ..."

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