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tireless

[tahyuh r-lis] /ˈtaɪər lɪs/
adjective
1.
untiring; indefatigable:
a tireless worker.
Origin of tireless
1585-1595
First recorded in 1585-95; tire1 + -less
Related forms
tirelessly, adverb
tirelessness, noun
Synonyms
unwearied, industrious, hardworking, unfaltering.
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  • Despite all obstacles encountered, it tirelessly pursues its way.

    The New World of Islam Lothrop Stoddard
  • tirelessly Juan Can questioned every traveller, every wandering herder he saw.

    Ramona Helen Hunt Jackson
  • Yet the statue worked faithfully and tirelessly, and, it must be confessed, hopelessly.

    Interrupted Pansy
  • We rejoiced momentarily for those who had worked so tirelessly.

    Mariposilla Mary Stewart Daggett
  • This, again, is Nature's way, randomly and tirelessly seeking her ends.

    Ways of Nature John Burroughs
British Dictionary definitions for tirelessly

tireless

/ˈtaɪəlɪs/
adjective
1.
unable to be tired; indefatigable
Derived Forms
tirelessly, adverb
tirelessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for tirelessly

tireless

adj.

1590s, "indefatigable," from tire (v.) + -less. From 1862 in the sense "without a tire," from tire (n.). Related: Tirelessly.

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