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weariless

[weer-ee-lis]
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adjective
  1. unwearying; tireless: a weariless vigil.
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Origin of weariless

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at weary, -less
Related formswea·ri·less·ly, adverb
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Examples from the Web for weariless

Historical Examples

  • Day after day the storm continued, piling snow on snow in weariless abundance.

    Steep Trails

    John Muir

  • Not at all, but because the work had grown to be a volume under his weariless hand.

  • The recently plowed earth, the yellowing roads, the dark woodland, everything was pulsating in weariless undulation.


British Dictionary definitions for weariless

weariless

adjective
  1. not wearied or able to be wearied
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Derived Formswearilessly, adverb
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