tireless


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tire·less

 (tīr′lĭs)
adj.
Having or showing a capacity for persistent effort; not tiring or relenting:

tire′less·ly adv.
tire′less·ness n.
Synonyms: tireless, indefatigable, unflagging, untiring, unwearied, weariless
These adjectives mean having or showing a capacity for persistent or prolonged effort: a tireless worker; an indefatigable advocate of human rights; unflagging pursuit of excellence; untiring energy; an unwearied researcher; a weariless defender of freedom of the press.

tireless

(ˈtaɪəlɪs)
adj
unable to be tired; indefatigable
ˈtirelessly adv
ˈtirelessness n

tire•less

(ˈtaɪər lɪs)

adj.
untiring; indefatigable: a tireless worker.
[1585–95]
tire′less•ly, adv.
tire′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tireless - showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitalitytireless - showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitality; "an indefatigable advocate of equal rights"; "a tireless worker"; "unflagging pursuit of excellence"
energetic - possessing or exerting or displaying energy; "an energetic fund raiser for the college"; "an energetic group of hikers"; "it caused an energetic chemical reaction"
2.tireless - characterized by hard work and perseverancetireless - characterized by hard work and perseverance
diligent - characterized by care and perseverance in carrying out tasks; "a diligent detective investigates all clues"; "a diligent search of the files"

tireless

tireless

adjective
Having or showing a capacity for protracted effort, regardless of difficulty or frustration:
Translations
لا يَتْعَب، لا يَكِل
neúnavný
utrættelig
óòreytandi
yorulmaz

tireless

[ˈtaɪəlɪs] ADJ [person, work] → incansable, infatigable

tireless

[ˈtaɪərləs] adjinfatigable

tireless

adjunermüdlich; patience alsounerschöpflich; to be tireless in somethingunermüdlich in etw (dat)sein

tireless

[ˈtaɪəlɪs] adjinstancabile

tire2

(ˈtaiə) verb
to make, or become, physically or mentally in want of rest, because of lack of strength, patience, interest etc; to weary. Walking tired her; She tires easily.
tired adjective
1. wearied; exhausted. She was too tired to continue; a tired child.
2. (with of) no longer interested in; bored with. I'm tired of (answering) stupid questions!
ˈtiredness noun
ˈtireless adjective
never becoming weary or exhausted; never resting. a tireless worker; tireless energy/enthusiasm.
ˈtirelessly adverb
ˈtirelessness noun
ˈtiresome adjective
troublesome; annoying.
ˈtiresomely adverb
ˈtiresomeness noun
ˈtiring adjective
causing (physical) tiredness. I've had a tiring day; The journey was very tiring.
tire out
to tire or exhaust completely. The hard work tired her out.

tireless

a. incansable, infatigable.
References in classic literature ?
Day and night she brooded over them with tireless devotion and anxiety, leaving John to the tender mercies of the help, for an Irish lady now presided over the kitchen department.
All the strong things of her heart came out in her body, that had been so tireless in serving generous emotions.
Sometimes the banks were overhung with thick masses of willows that wholly hid the ground behind; sometimes we had noble hills on one hand, clothed densely with foliage to their tops, and on the other hand open levels blazing with poppies, or clothed in the rich blue of the corn-flower; sometimes we drifted in the shadow of forests, and sometimes along the margin of long stretches of velvety grass, fresh and green and bright, a tireless charm to the eye.
The weeks dragged along, no friend visiting the jailed twins but their counsel and Aunt Patsy Cooper, and the day of trial came at last--the heaviest day in Wilson's life; for with all his tireless diligence he had discovered no sign or trace of the missing confederate.
Very slowly these lectures, and the tireless activity of Hubbard, pushed back the ridicule and the incredulity; and in the merry month of May, 1877, a man named Emery drifted into Hubbard's office from the near-by city of Charlestown, and leased two telephones for twenty actual dollars--the first money ever paid for a telephone.
The result being that the scent of their pursuers was borne away from them, so they proceeded upon their way in total ignorance of the fact that tireless trackers but little less expert in the mysteries of woodcraft than themselves were dogging their trail with savage insistence.
On such a night How many tireless travellers may attain The happy goal of their desire
But then he said that his tireless fate would bring forth, when the strife lulled for a moment, a man to ask of him an explanation.
When Ripple first began her airy journey, all was dark and dreary; heavy clouds lay piled like hills around her, and a cold mist filled the air but the Sunbeam, like a star, lit up the way, the leaf lay warmly round her, and the tireless wind went swiftly on.
The tireless femme-de-chambre set down a tray with coffee cups on the table.
Always it was like this--just when he was most blissfully happy, he was jerked back to some mean, dirty job by the stern, driving demands of his tireless father.
Every third man wears a uniform, and whether he be a marshal of the empire or a brakeman, he is ready and perfectly willing to answer all your questions with tireless politeness, ready to tell you which car to take, yea, and ready to go and put you into it to make sure that you shall not go astray.