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  • adj. Untiring; not becoming tired.

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  • adj. showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitality


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un- +‎ wearying


  • But we could match the solid bones of Homo ergaster and erectus, the fleet feet of Ice Age Aboriginal men and the unwearying endurance of Athenian rowers.

    Peter McAllister: Manthropology: The Science Of The Inadequate Modern Male

  • As Gilliard recalled: "It was not that her sisters loved their mother any less, but Tatiana knew how to surround her with unwearying attentions and never gave way to her own capricious impulses."

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Thus he spake, and straightway they ceased from such words and gave unwearying labour to the oar; and quickly they passed by the swiftly flowing river Rhebas and the peak of Colone, and soon thereafter the black headland, and near it the mouth of the river Phyllis, where aforetime

    The Argonautica

  • But since in reality Big Brother is not omnipotent and the party is not infallible, there is need for an unwearying, moment-to-moment flexibility in the treatment of facts.

    Nineteen Eighty-four

  • Maximus knows who that ‘King’ is, even the cause and reason and primal origin of all nature, the lord and father of the soul, the eternal saviour of all that lives, the unwearying builder of his world.

    The Defense

  • All religions, nearly all philosophies, and even a part of science testify to the unwearying, heroic effort of mankind desperately denying its own contingency1.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • And Atlas through hard constraint upholds the wide heaven with unwearying head and arms, standing at the borders of the earth before the clear-voiced Hesperides; for this lot wise Zeus assigned to him.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • In front of it the son of Iapetus 89 stands immovably upholding the wide heaven upon his head and unwearying hands, where Night and Day draw near and greet one another as they pass the great threshold of bronze: and while the one is about to go down into the house, the other comes out at the door.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • And when he began to roam, his father gave him Pegasus who would bear him most swiftly on his wings, and flew unwearying everywhere over the earth, for like the gales he would course along.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • But the noble son of Iapetus outwitted him and stole the far-seen gleam of unwearying fire in a hollow fennel stalk.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica


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