Definitions

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  • adv. Without growing weary; tirelessly.

Etymologies

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unwearying +‎ -ly

Examples

  • He began to tremble that he himself had been unjustly favoured, when he saw all the avenues of wealth, and power, and comfort closed against so many of his superiors and equals, and held unwearyingly open before so idle, so desultory, and so dissolute a being as himself.

    Lay Morals

  • The have kept the vision of a nuclearfree world alive, while working unwearyingly for specific arms-limitation measures in the short term.

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1995 - Presentation Speech

  • They were, if it came to it, difficult to daunt or to kill; and they were, perhaps, so unwearyingly fond of good things not least because they could, when put to it, do without them, and could survive rough handling by grief, foe, or weather in a way that astonished those who did not know them well and looked no further than their bellies and their well-fed faces.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • The silver sharks unwearyingly kept their silent vigil about the rocking buoy.

    Jim Spurling, Fisherman or Making Good

  • South, with iron will, active intellect, and honest heart bent steadily and unwearyingly to one purpose; and that purpose the meanest one among them clasped to his heart of hearts!

    Four Years in Rebel Capitals An Inside View of Life in the Southern Confederacy from Birth to Death

  • The Socialists have said it and repeated it unwearyingly.

    The Conquest of Bread

  • Father in heaven all that they need, if they ask it eagerly, persistently, unwearyingly.

    The Parables of Our Lord

  • Herschel, as he unwearyingly swept the heavens night after night, was in quest of sidereal wonders -- such as double stars and nebulae -- and he happened to alight upon the new planet in a purely chance way.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 303, October 22, 1881

  • Discovering that my tiny petticoats were in my way, my new friend had a little boy's suit made for me; and thus emancipated, at this tender age, I worked unwearyingly at his side all day long and day after day.

    The Story of a Pioneer

  • And patiently, unwearyingly, Thyrsis would set himself to explain to them what it was like to be inspired.

    Love's Pilgrimage

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