indefatigable

[ in-di-fat-i-guh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF indefatigable
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He was as indefatigable in politeness, as his wife had been in her regimental duties.

Indefatigable as they were in their labours, they could not command success.

Quinn was fearless, daring, indefatigable; but Quinn was not Ferry.

Harvey was as indefatigable a labourer as any we have named.

He was a man of indefatigable activity, and was constantly on the move.

The fame of Claude Lorraine is partly explained by his indefatigable industry.

Petty was a most indefatigable contriver, inventor, and organizer of industry.

What followed was mainly the consequence of his indefatigable constancy.

Though fragile, he was bold and indefatigable; and his moral courage was of the first order.

She would be his beast of burden, an obedient, indefatigable animal.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s (implied in indefatigably), from French indefatigable (15c.), from Latin indefatigabilis "that cannot be wearied," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + defatigare "to tire out," from de- "utterly, down, away" + fatigare "to weary" (see fatigue).

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