Definition of unwearied in English:

unwearied

Line breaks: un|wear¦ied
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈwɪərɪd
 
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adjective

Not tired or becoming tired: with Flaubert, the unwearied research was not for the forcible word
More example sentences
  • We give thanks for her example of faithful duty and unwearied service, and for the loyalty and love which she inspired.
  • With unwearied activity she journeyed everywhere, watched over the administration of law and government, cut down the great estates of the nobles for the benefit of the crown, and protected the ordinary freeman.
  • For a moment I had a view of a world that seemed to wear a vast and dismal aspect of disorder, while, in truth, thanks to our unwearied efforts, it is as sunny an arrangement of small conveniences as the mind of man can conceive.

Derivatives

unweariedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • She herself aspired unweariedly and was never daunted for long by her inability to attain her ideal.
  • The sportsman trains himself, dresses, and watches unweariedly, and loads and primes for his particular game.
  • Accompanied by a police escort, followed by a crowd, for 16 blocks down Broadway he gaily, grinningly, unweariedly clicked his heel- & toe.

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