from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unweariable manner; indefatigably. Bp. Hall, Christian Assurance of Heaven.
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What we call matter may be best understood as God's force, will, knowledge, rendered apparent, static, and unweariably operative.
Sometimes one passes a man who stands whistling a tune most unweariably, though I never saw anybody give him anything.
It is a most splendid view; in the distance, the blue Highlands, with a variety of mountain outlines that I could have studied unweariably; and in another direction, beginning almost at the foot of the Castle Hill, were the
"Yes;" returned his busy mate, whose ugliness kept bustling to and fro merrily and unweariably amid the vials, mirrors, human skeletons, and all the other strange implements.