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indefatigable

[ in-di-fat-i-guh-buhl ]
/ ˌɪn dɪˈfæt ɪ gə bəl /
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adjective

incapable of being tired out; not yielding to fatigue; untiring.

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Origin of indefatigable

1580–90; <Latin indēfatīgābilis untiring, equivalent to in-in-3 + dēfatīgā(re) to tire out (see de-, fatigue) + -bilis-ble

OTHER WORDS FROM indefatigable

in·de·fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty, in·de·fat·i·ga·ble·ness, nounin·de·fat·i·ga·bly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for indefatigable

indefatigable
/ (ˌɪndɪˈfætɪɡəbəl) /

adjective

unable to be tired out; unflagging

Derived forms of indefatigable

indefatigability or indefatigableness, nounindefatigably, adverb

Word Origin for indefatigable

C16: from Latin indēfatīgābilis, from in- 1 + dēfatīgāre, from fatīgāre to tire
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