Definitions

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  • adv. Without weariness.

Etymologies

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unweary +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Ailill; "[4] 'tis a woman's advice, [4] for that they pitch their tents and make their pens so promptly and unwearily."

    The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge

  • How had she brightened the dull old Keep, and given, as it were, a new existence to himself, a dreamy, solitary boy -- how patiently and affectionately had she tended his mother, and how pleasant were the long evenings when she had unwearily listened to his beloved romances, and his visions of surpassing achievements of his own!

    The Lances of Lynwood

  • The first auroral ray of light that stole into her chamber the next day fell upon the lithe figure of the young girl folding tucks that were to be made in the skirt, measuring distances, placing pins here and there for guides; and, as the dawn broke, she sat down unwearily, and sent her needle in and out of the transparent fabric with a rapidity of motion marvellous to behold.

    Fairy Fingers A Novel

  • Trenck did not despair -- bravely, unwearily, he went to work -- the perspiration fell from his brow and mingled with the blood which trickled from his lacerated hands.

    Frederick the Great and His Family

  • The English look of every one, and everything around, had still its charm for me; and I contemplated, with no small admiration, that air of neatness and propriety so observant from the bright-faced clock that ticked unwearily upon the mantelpiece, to the trim waiter himself, with noiseless step and a mixed look of vigilance and vacancy.

    Charles O'Malley — Volume 2

  • To use the words of the "Religio Medici," the great body of the medical profession can, without usurpation, assume the name of Christians; for no monk of the desert convents of Asia Minor or religious knight of the middle ages, either in their care of the sick, or giving food and shelter to the weary, or protection of sword and shield to the oppressed pilgrim plodding his way to the Holy Land, were more deserving of the name of Christian than the medical man unwearily and unselfishly practicing his profession.

    History of Circumcision from the Earliest Times to the Present Moral and Physical Reasons for its Performance

  • "He worked unwearily from the sunrise of youth, to the sunset of old age, and then in the sweet nightfall of death, lighted by the starry promises, went home, taking his sheaves with him.

    Forty Years in South China The Life of Rev. John Van Nest Talmage, D.D.

  • “He worked unwearily from the sunrise of youth, to the sunset of old age, and then in the sweet nightfall of death, lighted by the starry promises, went home, taking his sheaves with him.

    Forty Years in South China

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