Definitions

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  • adj. tireless

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That cannot be tired out or wearied.

Etymologies

un- +‎ weariable (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • So it is in rugged crises, in unweariable endurance, and in aims which put sympathy out of question, that the angel is shown.

    An Address

  • He is the considerer, the prudent, taking in sail, counting stock, husbanding his means, believing that a man has too many enemies than that he can afford to be his own foe; that we cannot give ourselves too many advantages in this unequal conflict, with powers so vast and unweariable ranged on one side, and this little conceited vulnerable popinjay that a man is, bobbing up and down into every danger, on the other.

    Representative Men

  • When I dwell upon some one thing, he must bear in mind it was only one of a score; that the unweariable brain was teeming at the very time with other thoughts; that the good heart had left no kind duty forgotten.

    Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin

  • So long-winded was he and so unweariable, that when he had swum farthest he would immediately plunge again, nevertheless; and then no wit could divine where in the deep pond, beneath the smooth surface, he might be speeding his way like a fish, for he had time and ability to visit the bottom of the pond in its deepest part.

    Walden

  • But he leaped across the plashy places, thrust himself through the clinging underbush, climbed the ascent, plunged into the hollow, and overcame, in short, all the difficulties of the track, with an unweariable activity that astonished him.

    The Scarlet Letter

  • Fjalar's short legs had to swing faster, but he seemed unweariable.

    Operation Luna

  • These, on seeing the Gauls and Spaniards advancing, broke away and fled; the Numidians, most effective in pursuing a flying enemy, chased them with unweariable speed, and slaughtered them unsparingly; while Hasdrubal, to complete his signal services on this day, charged fiercely upon the rear of the Roman infantry.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 57, No. 357, June, 1845

  • So long-winded was he and so unweariable, that when he had swum furthest he would immediately plunge again, nevertheless; and then no wit could divine where in the deep pond, beneath the smooth surface, he might be speeding his way like a fish, for he had time and ability to visit the bottom of the pond in its deepest part.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7

  • Time, yes, that is the finder, the unweariable explorer, not subject to casualties, omniscient at last.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862

  • Fuller never wasted a moment, was an unweariable student at odd hours, and moreover supplemented the advantage of a matchless memory by the strictest observance of method.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 87, March, 1875

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