unretiring

un·re·tire

 (ŭn′rĭ-tīr′)
intr.v. un·re·tired, un·re·tir·ing, un·re·tires
To return to work after having taken retirement.

un′re·tir′ee′ n.

unretiring

(ˌʌnrɪˈtaɪərɪŋ)
adj
not shy or retiring
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Many have tied her less than successful event to her unretiring stance on her home country's raging battles.
Unretiring, however, was not his main concern, Berbatov said.
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