Synonyms of relent in English:

relent


See definition of relent

verb

1‘the Government considered making everybody pay the tax but relented’

SYNONYMS
change one's mind, do a U-turn, back-pedal, back down, give way, give in, capitulate, yield, accede, come round, acquiesce
soften, melt, weaken, unbend, become merciful, become lenient, have pity, show pity, have mercy, show mercy, give quarter
agree to something, allow something, concede something, admit something
British do an about-turn
ANTONYMS

harden

2‘by early evening the rain relented’

SYNONYMS
ease off, slacken, let up, ease, ease up, relax, abate, drop, fall off, die down, lessen, decrease, diminish, moderate, subside, weaken, tail off
ANTONYMS

strengthen, worsen