from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not tired.
- adj. Never wearying; tireless. See Synonyms at tireless.
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- adj. Not wearied, not tired.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not wearied; not fatigued or tired; hence, persistent; not tiring or wearying; indefatigable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not wearied; not fatigued.
- Indefatigable; assiduous: as, unwearied perseverance: of persons.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. with unreduced energy
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Miss Austen speaks of "its high grounds and extensive sweeps of country and its sweet retired bay backed by dark cliffs, where fragments of low rock among the sands make it the happiest spot for watching the flow of the tide, for sitting in unwearied contemplation."
I could stand up now quite well, and I wandered on till dusk in unwearied admiration.
So constant are they, and so unwearied is he in doing us good, that he daily loads us with them, according as the necessity of every day requires.
They may recall her unwearied patience with the very dullest and most wayward of them; her unfailing sympathy with every infantile pleasure and pain.
He is described as unwearied in the work, often preaching three times a day during the week, and performing other arduous labors.
A definite understanding as to sofa cushions and tobacco smoke does not always insure unwearied forbearance and devotion.
Squirrels, too, whose spicy ardor no heat or cold may abate, were nutting among the pines, and the innumerable hosts of the insect kingdom were throbbing and wavering unwearied as sunbeams.
“I must beg leave to add, my unwearied endeavours are inadequately rewarded,” he whined.
Young yet, barely thirty-six, eminently handsome, magnificently strong, almost bursting with a splendid virility, his free trail-stride, never learned on pavements, and his black eyes, hinting of great spaces and unwearied with the close perspective of the city dwellers, drew many a curious and wayward feminine glance.
“That their endeavors to discover and establish funds have been unwearied, and will not cease till they have succeeded, I have no doubt,” he said.